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Jane Bozarth
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I write books, and I write for Learning Solutions, and I'm Editor in Chief of eLearn, and by day I am a gubmint worker.
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World's Oldest Millenial, E-learning Coordinator,Author: Social Media for Trainers & more, Positive Deviant,Doctor of Learnin' Stuff. Feral. Disruptive.
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World's Oldest Millenial, eLearning Coordinator. Author: Social Media for Trainers; Better than Bullet Points & more, Positive Deviant,Doctor of Learnin' Stuff . Feral. Disruptive. WYSIWYG.

Editor-in-Chief, eLearn Magazine. Columnist, Learning Solutions Magazine.

By day I'm a gubmint worker, by night I have superpowers of typing proficiency and sarcasm. 

iPad. Kindle. Calibri. Pinot Noir or Cotes du Rhone. Pembroke Welsh Corgi. Newcastle. Partridge Family. Mustang convertible. Bic Velocity, blue. 

If I had a child I'd want her to be just like Wednesday Addams.

Oh, and I can multitask.
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I do not suffer fools gladly.
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  • UNC-Chapel Hill
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“It’s not about ‘doing social.’ It’s about supporting workers as they work by giving them the time and the right space to talk about it. It’s about listening. And it’s about using social tools to support conversations and performance already in progress.”
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"...the leader replicates what he saw teachers do, capturing the artifacts of instruction without understanding what’s underneath." 
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Absolutely resonates for me :-) :-)
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Podcast: Showing work, YouTube, Badges, Braiding Hair... 
Learning Now Radio is a twice monthly podcast for all learning professionals giving you the latest news, views and interviews from the leading names in global corporate learning and development. Produced by the team that bring you Learning Now TV (learning now.tv)
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In which I wander around the topic with digressions about microblogging, "spinoff thinking", and Steve Wheeler's dad. 
At this year's DevLearn, we're putting a spotlight on the power of blogging for learning via the DevLearn Bloggers program. We've invited members of the DevLearn Bloggers team to write a post explo...
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That sounds like a great book!
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In advance of the Toronto event in November I'm doing a Blab with Jamie Good and Jenny Hill. Join us Friday!   https://blab.im/institutepl-the-importance-of-showing-your-work
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Who's coming to DevLearn?  Demofest... Adam Savage...ukuleles...
Coming to DevLearn 2015? I'll be there with 2 new sessions and a refreshed visit to a fun one from last year.  Some prep has involved extensive new research. Some has involved rethinking something I may have changed my mind a...
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Temple Grandin is keynoting Training 2017! San Diego, January.
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“Whatever your interests, make an effort to read up a bit. It will help you add something new to conversations. Reading broadly will help you, as John Seely Brown has said, expand your surface area, which can only help you become more knowledgeable about and valued as you go about your work.”
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Fascinating and very true
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Ok, I am not necessarily equating animal and human behavior. Except sort of. Tongue mostly in cheek here. Mostly. I have a corgi who’s one of the smartest dogs I ever met. Earlier this year I had a serendipitous me...
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#lrnchat tonight! "Learning from Conferences". Join us 8:30 pm ET, 5:30 pm ET. [ In Oz? Friday morning 10:30 am AEST.] Prework (thanks to Helen Blunden) : "10 Elements of Working Out Loud at Your Next Conference": 
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We were visiting friends in Maine and stopped in here on the way to the airport. Loved the grilled raspberry muffin & tasty eggs. Husband had delicious French Toast and friend loved the spinach omelet. Most entrees $5-$8 and portions are huge. (Pancakes are indeed "pan" "cakes": A single pancake overflows the plate.) Be advised that the place is tiny with counter seating & a few small booths all in the same space as the kitchen. We had to wait a few minutes for our booth, and there was a short line of people waiting outside when we left, but service is fast so spaces turn over quickly. We were very pleased with the service, especially from a waitress in a tiara having a great time on her birthday. Friendly cook/owner/local celebrity even helped out with serving to get food on tables quickly and spoke with customers as she went by. Great little place for a solid breakfast.
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Our dog has been going to Sunny Acres day camp 3 times a week for 3 years. We have never had a problem or complaint or issue in all that time -- not once. He is delighted to be dropped off and comes home happy and tired. He seems to love all the yard staff -- who appear to love him back -- and happily greets any runner who comes to take him out to the pens. Many of his dog friends have likewise been going for years and their owners are happy as well. The office staff has seen virtually no turnover in all that time and I've come to be quite fond of and friendly with them, and feel comfortable talking with any of them about any unusual needs or schedule changes I might have. Also: I am usually the one who drops him off and picks him up so am in the office as much as 6 times a week. I've never witnessed a complaining or upset customer in all that time. I feel very comfortable entrusting my dog to Sunny Acres' care. As he came to us as an energetic puppy, I really don't know how we'd have managed without it.
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