Category Archives: Online

“The Official Sponsor of Birthdays”

The American Cancer Society has branded its self, in part, as “The Official Sponsor of Birthdays.”  Here at the National Home Office in Atlanta, Georgia we’ve known this was coming since December 2008 and many of us have anxiously awaited … Continue reading

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Matthewrlee.com: Expanding My Online Identity.

Two days ago I purchased the rights to three domain names: matthewrlee.com, matthewrlee.org, and matthewrlee.net. Currently they point to this blog. Any content related to these three URLs prior to 08/26/08 belonged to someone else. For next decade anyone who … Continue reading

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“Let’s take a five minute break.”

These six words can invite chaos into the classroom. Whether you’re teaching online or in a more traditional setting, getting adults back to class after a five or ten minute break can be a challenge. A few years ago I came up with … Continue reading

Posted in Adult Learning, audio, break, class, clock, control, e-learning, Education, free, ideas, intermission, learning, music, Online, PowerPoint, Presentations, public speaking, Remote Training, student, Teaching, time, timer, Training | 1 Comment

To Wiki or Not To Wiki?

  Can Wikipedia be trusted? This is not a new question. It should be asked of every encyclopedia. Encyclopedias are touch stones, introductory references, telescopes peaking into much larger worlds. Sometimes the lenses of our printed guides are blurred. Ink alone does … Continue reading

Posted in Adult Learning Theory, change, CRM, database, learning, Online, Resources, search engines, technology, think, Training, Wiki | 1 Comment

100 Years of Interactive E-Learning

  E-learning is not new. It’s been around for a hundred years, only for the first 90 years we called it “radio.” Now we’ve added slides, lost the bumper music, put it online and it’s become a mystery. Suddenly everyone … Continue reading

Posted in Adult Learning, Broadcast, e-learning, Education, elearning, Informal Learning, Online, Podcast, PowerPoint, Presentations, Radio, Story Telling, Teaching, Training, Web Conference, Webinar | 1 Comment