On-demand learning strategies for self-paced learnings are gaining traction over the last few years and transmedia learning frameworks are significantly helping in this effort.
|Webinar Title||On-demand Learning for Better Scientific Software: How to Use Resources & Technology to Optimize your Productivity|
|Web Links||Webinar (includes recording, slides, and Q&A)|
Applying on-demand learning strategies for self-paced "learning in the wild" such as the use of a transmedia learning framework (TLF) can augment professional learning from massively open online courses (MOOC) such as Udacity, and videos available from YouTube and other sources.
The On-demand Learning for Better Scientific Software: How to Use Resources & Technology to Optimize your Productivity webinar recording explains key points of self-directed online learning, including how to develop a transmedia learning framework (TLF) leveraging massively open online courses (MOOC), podcasts, social media, videos, practice environments, and more. The webinar is based on material presented in a tutorial at the 2nd Annual ECP Annual Meeting. The tutorial features a walk-through of relevant learning applications organized in a transmedia learning framework (TLF). Take-away practical strategies, resources, and tools that can be applied toward learning more productively are also provided.
Additionally, this related on-demand learning blog post provides answers to questions from the webinar's participants about challenges associated with learning in the wild (i.e., as it naturally occurs in a social context).
The following TLF resources are also available on BSSw.io