I'm an independent consultant in the corporate learning field, a title we use when we don't want to say "training." So I'm something of an outlier in this MIT LCL -- I don't think it will have much direct connection to how adults learn in the workplace (by which I mean adults who aren't involved in formal education). I'm going along for the ride, and seeing what I might pick up.
I have a blog that deals with topics like workplace learning, improving on-the-job performance, the brain: Dave's Whiteboard. I have another, Dave's Ensampler, which I recently began so I could share examples of job aids. I'm a big advocate of job aids, which I think are sadly neglected in the workplace. (There's a line to www.ensampler.com
at the top of Dave's Whiteboard.)
I have yet another blog where I sometimes write in French. It has nothing to do with learning (except for me), but it does have a lot of songs on it. I sometimes write my own English translation of French songs like those of Georges Brassens. I later wandered into translating a few English-language songs into French.
And then I started writing French translations of the English translation of songs in Scottish Gaelic, like this one for Oran na Cloiche (The Song of the Stone, about how a handful of young Scots liberated the fabled Stone of Destiny from Westminster Abbey and returned it to Scotland):http://charrette.strathlorne.com/archives/554