Clark Quinn's Learnings about Learning
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6 January 2010

Plans for 2010

Clark @ 7:04 AM

The Learning Circuit’s Blog Big Question of the Month is “predictions and plans for 2010“, specifically:

  • What are your biggest challenges for this upcoming year?
  • What are your major plans for the year?
  • What predictions do you have for the year?

I’ve already blogged the predictions question, so I’ll just address the first two points.

As a consultant, my big challenge is always finding more people who I can help.  With my colleagues in the Internet Time Alliance, we’re looking for organizations that know they want to leverage the power of social media to develop a collective intelligence infrastructure, but need assistance.  Through Quinnovation, I’m looking to improve organizational learning design, whether through developing immersive learning simulation capability, mobile delivery, performance solutions, adaptive systems, content models, or all of the above as a strategic lever.  I’ve helped lots of folks, and it’s clear there’s more need, so I’m just looking for more opportunities to really improve things, and ways to find those opportunities.

My plans are severalfold.  First, I’ve got to finish the manuscript for my mobile book.  I’m also committed to execute against the contracts I already have to continue to deliver great solutions.  And I intend to continue experimenting, speaking (hope to see you at the Guild’s Learning Solutions conference in March), writing, and of course, consulting.

I’m also intending to elaborate on some recent thoughts on learning experience design.  I think there’s a real opportunity to wrap some definition around the different components that helps systematize the integration of engagement and effective learning.  This is a generalization of Engaging Learning, going broader in areas of application, and across technologies.  I think there’s a need (just look at all the bad elearning still out there), and as we start delivering learning in more distributed ways and in wider contexts, we need a conceptual framework that helps us design in meaningful ways.

Naturally, I welcome your participation and assistance in any of the above!

1 Comment »

  1. Looking forward to the publication of your M-Learning book. I believe that delivery tools closer to the learner and closer to the learner’s performance environment are a big key to the future of performance improvement.

    Comment by Kelly Smith — 6 January 2010 @ 7:24 AM

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