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Sunday, October 16, 2005

Curious about the future of history based simulations?

I FURLed this post form the Learning Circuits Blog yesterday, but thought it would be good for testing the Blog This feature of Google Reader.
Curious about the future of history based simulations?: "As I have said before, I hate it when e-learning hacks make superficial, overly-broad analogies to hot trends. 'E-learning should be like hybrid cars; Training should be like Ipod Nanos; Lessons learned from FEMA.' Having said that, I love a real analogy. For example, six years ago, I found it very useful to apply experiences with ERPs and CRMs to the then emerging area of LMSs. It did provide"

1 Comments:

At 8:27 PM, Anonymous Bill MacKenty said...

Hello Mark!

I've added your FURL page to my blog links, and I'm looking forward to seeing more posts.

Warmly,

Bill MacKenty

 

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