Innovations in eLearning 2012 Backchannel: Collected Resources #IEL12

I am a huge proponent of backchannel learning. There are many conferences people can choose to attend, but most budgets can only accommodate one or two each year. The backchannel is an excellent resource for learning from a conference or event that you are unable to attend in-person.

I find collecting and reviewing backchannel resources to be a valuable learning experience for me, even when I am attending a conference in person. Sharing these collections on this blog has shown that others find value in the collections as well.

This post collects the resources shared via the backchannel of the 8th Annual Innovations in eLearning Symposium, being held June 5-7 at George Mason University in Virginia..

Official Innovations in eLearning Symposium Resources
Symposium Home Page
Schedule at a Glance
Program Details
Program PDF
IEL12 Mobile App

Pre-Conference Posts
Prepping for the Conference by Wendy Wickham
About the App by Wendy Wickham

Conference Summaries and Recaps
Reflections of Ripples by Sharon McCarthy
Innovations in eLearning 12 – #IEL12 by Larry DeLaney Jr
#iel12 Hiding out to reflect by Wendy Wickham (Added 6/13)

Tony O’Driscoll Keynote
Tony O’Driscoll #iel12 Keynote Mindmap by Clark Quinn
IEL12 Keynote 1: Tony O’Driscoll by Craig Wiggins
Wednesday Morning Keynote uStream video

George Siemens Keynote
Analytics: Sensemaking, Prediction, & Performance slides by George Siemens
George Siemens #iel12 Keynote Mindmap by Clark Quinn
Wednesday Afternoon Keynote uStream video
IEL12 Keynote 2 – Analytics: Sensemaking, Prediction, Performance by Craig Wiggins
Open Learning Analytics: an integrated & modularized platform Proposal from SoLAR

Mitch Kapor Keynote
Mitch Kapor #iel12 Keynote Mindmap by Clark Quinn
IEL12 Day 2, Keynote 1: Mitch Kapor tells us how to Close the Talent Gap with e-Learning by Craig Wiggins
New Charter University and Coursera examples shared by Mitch Kapor
Thursday Morning Keynote uStream video

Jane Hart Keynote
Making the most of informal learning slides, photos, and resources shared by Jane Hart
Jane Hart #iel12 Keynote Mindmap by Clark Quinn
Top 100 Learning Tools for 2011 slides by Jane Hart
#IEL12 Day 2, Keynote 2: Jane Hart on Making the Most of Informal Learning by Craig Wiggins
#iel12 Thursday Afternoon Keynote by Wendy Wickham (Added 6/13)

Session-Specific Resources
Social Media Analytics – Pt 1 by Wendy Wickham
Social Media Analytics – Pt 2 by Wendy Wickham
Online Rogue Professor Pt 1 by Wendy Wickham
Online Rogue Professor Pt 2 by Wendy Wickham
Rogue Professor website by Dan Quigley
IEL12 Session 3, Day 1: Harold Jarche on Working Smarter in Networks by Craig Wiggins
#iel12 Working Smarter in Networks by Wendy Wickham
IEL12 Day 1, Session 4: Mobile Learning is Now by Craig Wiggins
#iel12 Fill the Gap: Mobile First by Wendy Wickham
IEL12 Session 2, Day 1: 7 +/- 2 Things Learning Pros Need to Know About Analytics by Craig Wiggins
Bridging the Gap: working smarter in networks slides by Harold Jarche
Social Learning Truths Session Resources shared by Jane Bozarth
#IEL12 Day 2, Session 1: 2012 Gaming State of Affairs by Craig Wiggins
#iel12 Thinking Differently with Mobile by Wendy Wickham
Study Results: Failure-Triggered Training Trumps Traditional Training slides by Dan Bliton
#iel12 Learning onDemand by Wendy Wickham
#iel12 Teaching and Learning Lab by Wendy Wickham
From Headphones to Microphones: Thinking Differently About Mobile slides by Nancy Proctor
#IEL12 Day 2, Session 3: Nancy Proctor on Thinking Differently with Mobile by Craig Wiggins
The Space Between: An Interview with Craig Wiggins by Jeannette Campos
#IEL12 Day 2, Session 5: Steve Haskin tells us about Photeo – Powerful Visual Stories that Learners Remember by Craig Wiggins
#IEL12 Day 2, Session 4: @janebozarth tells us the truth about social learning by Craig Wiggins
#iel12 State of the Union in Games 2012 by Wendy Wickham
#IEL12 Day 2, Session 2: The Performance Ecosystem: Clark Quinn on Merging Formal and Informal Learning by Craig Wiggins
Failure-triggered training, or, secret shoppers go phishing by Dave Ferguson (Added 6/13)
#iel12 7+/-2 Things …Analytics by Wendy Wickham (Added 6/13)
#iel12 Mobile Learning 10 Minutes Ago by Wendy Wickham (Added 6/13)
#IEL12 Harnessing Your Inner Creativity! by Larry DeLaney Jr (Added 6/13)

#iel12 A Thought Between Workshops by Wendy Wickham
Nuts and Bolts: Upskilling by Jane Bozarth
Should Your Boss Encourage You to Take Drugs? by Michael Schrage
Please, Can We All Just Stop “Innovating”? by Bill Taylor
DAU/GMU Innovations in e-Learning Symposium Flickr Album by DAU
You Are Cyborg by Hari Kunzru
SoLAR Video Presentations from the Society for Learning Analytics Research
Future Work Skills 2020 from Apollo Research Institute
21st Century L&D Skills by Charles Jennings
Making the Most of Social Media Analytics by Dave Copeland
All Learning is Social In One Way or Another by Charles Jennings
CDU to Gretzky: The Puck Stops Here! by Jill Rosenbaum
Myth Busting: The Chinese Character Myth by Mark Oehlert
Why Is the Research on Learning Styles Still Being Dismissed by Some Learning Leaders and Practitioners? by Guy Wallace
Education: Learning Styles Debunked by Science Daily
People remember 10%, 20%…Oh Really? by Will Thalheimer
#IEL12 – stuff that I forgot to post today because i was eating lunch by Craig Wiggins
E-Learning and the Panopticon by Jane Bozarth
4 Professors Discuss Teaching Free Online Courses for Thousands of Students by Jeffrey R. Young (Added 6/13)
Needs analysis– something old, something new by Allison Rossett (Added 6/13)
Risky rise of good-grade pills by Alan Schwarz (Added 6/13)

Dedicated Backchannel Queries [Tool and search terms shown in brackets]
Access the up-to-date Innovations in eLearning Symposium backchannel [Twitter: #IEL12] 
Photos shared via the Backchannel [Twipho: IEL12]

I will be adding to this list as I continue to review the backchannel transcripts and find resources. I will tweet updates occasionally as additional links are added. If you know of a valued resource I should add to the list – or if something is inaccurate – please add it to the comments or tweet me a link to @LnDDave.

If you find these collections of value, I have posts that consolidate the backchannel resources from other conferences. An archive of all of these posts can be accessed by clicking the link below:

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2 Responses to Innovations in eLearning 2012 Backchannel: Collected Resources #IEL12

  1. tellio June 16, 2012 at 7:59 am #

    This is just a damned fine service to those of us who have no money to come to these great confabs.  I am very grateful.  Thanks so much.  I suspect that this is the ultimate buffet and might even find chocolate cotton candy here if I look hard enought.


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