Author: kristina

  • 10 years on Linked In!

    Today I celebrate 10 years of networking on LinkedIn. Thanks to my network for making this a valuable and rewarding experience. — Kristina Schneider (@technogenii) January 7, 2014

  • The Amazing History Of The To-Do List–And How To Make One That Actually Works

    See on Scoop.it – Workplace Performance Put down that pen and paper and read this first. Bonus: the real to-do lists of Ben Franklin and Johnny Cash. Kristina Schneider‘s insight: Great piece on why you should be making lists, and how to make them more efficiently. See on www.fastcompany.com

  • The Amazing History Of The To-Do List–And How To Make One That Actually Works

    See on Scoop.it – Curating Umberto Eco said, “The list is the origin of culture. Wherever you look in cultural history, you will find lists.” Kristina Schneider‘s insight: Great piece on why you should be making lists, and how to make them more efficiently.  See on www.fastcompany.com

  • Content Creation in an Age of Excess

    See on Scoop.it – Curating Small businesses take note: It’s no longer about your products and services. It’s about giving your customers what they want and need–and not old-fashioned marketing. Kristina Schneider‘s insight: Trust is built with a client when they are confident of your expertise. For consultants, a great deal of the work is […]

  • From News as Reporting To News as a Gateway To Learn In Depth About a Topic

    See on Scoop.it – Curating Kristina Schneider‘s insight: "Rather than (always, only) writing stories, we should be trying to solve the problem of comprehensively informing the user on a particular topic." Yes!  See on jonathanstray.com

  • Learning with ‘e’s: Get it together

    See on Scoop.it – Curating Kristina Schneider‘s insight: Great piece on Content Curation See on steve-wheeler.blogspot.ca

  • One Thing Employees Need (But Rarely Get)

    See on Scoop.it – Workplace Performance If you want to be considered a great employer–and you certainly should–providing your employees with higher pay, better benefits, extensive training, and greater opportunities are definite factors. The problem is you might not have the resources to do all that. That’s okay. You can still be a great employer, […]

  • Computers as Catalysts for Humanizing the Learning Experience

    This TED Talks Video by Salman Khan is perhaps the most compelling case for technology-assisted learning, peer-to-peer learning and learning communities (and by extension, communities of practice) that I’ve ever seen. In fact, educational philanthropist Bill Gates liked Khan’s idea so much, he invested 1.5 million dollars into it. This 20 minute video is truly inspiring and […]

  • Apples and Oranges: How Tablets are Affecting E-Learning

    For over 10 years,  I have been working with teams that develop interactive e-learning modules using Flash technology, and I am far from being the only one. Recently, our clients have increasingly been acquiring tablets, and the majority of them have opted for the iPad. Of course, the common question that pops up is: “Why […]

  • And as the Wind Changes Directions

    Workplace Learning Today, where I’ve been focussing my blogging efforts for the last 15 months, was discontinued in June 2011. Since it’s inauguration in 2007, the team of bloggers contributed over 3,000. In June 2010, a few months after I joined the team of bloggers at Workplace Learning Today, it was named one of the Top 50 […]