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Working Out Loud Examples Directory

By Bruno Winck on Thursday, March 15th, 2018 in Knowledge Management, Working Out Loud. No Comments

I had this idea to collect examples of working out loud when I visited Michelle Ockers in Australia. Submissions are free and open. A link to an entry point of the observable work should be given. Such examples don’t need to be in the strict observance of Working Out Loud as explained by John Stepper […]

Learning Postcards: Sketching the UX

By Bruno Winck on Thursday, February 9th, 2017 in Learning Postcards, Microlearning, Working Out Loud. 3 Comments

I spend time earlier this month to learn and set up a new stack for this app. I also refined the definition of it by digging into Micro-learnings and brainstorming on the concept. We did a #PKMChat on Microlearning to collect some feedback and opinions. Now it’s time for creating. I attended a webinar on […]

Digging into Micro-Learning

By Bruno Winck on Saturday, January 28th, 2017 in Microlearning. 2 Comments

Earlier this month, I felt I didn’t have enough perspective on Micro-Learning to deepen my analysis of the Learning Postcards project. Learning Postcards let Experts, Tech Leads, and Coaches deliver their Knowledge in a convenient snackable learning experience. As such it qualifies as a Micro-learning Experience. I did some research to collect some insights on […]

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