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What's Useful for Learning

I sent out a tweet on this one, but Clark Aldrich’s brief post on Four Intellectual Traps for Understanding Learning merits a blog post as well, IMHO. In it, Clark calls out the following as not (wholly)

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What’s Useful for Learning

I sent out a tweet on this one, but Clark Aldrich’s brief post on Four Intellectual Traps for Understanding Learning merits a blog post as well, IMHO. In it, Clark calls out the following as not (wholly)

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To Learn, To Lead

I’ve come across several bits of learning and leadership wisdom lately through Harvard channels, and I think they are worth sharing. These are from the world of business, but the lessons in them are

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Learning in Context – From the Bottom Up

I’m getting close to finishing up The Blue Sweater by Jaqueline Novogratz, a personal memoir in which Novogratz  tells the story of the journey from her “first stumbling efforts as a young idealist

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Learning to Do Business – and Other Things: 4 Models

Getting an MBA is not the only way to learn how to run a business. For my money, it’s also not the best way, and it almost certainly isn’t the most common way. I don’t have the numbers to back me

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You Want Me to Pay for Learning?!

I am fan of open education and have also written quite a bit here on free learning experiences that are available over the Web. On the other hand, I’ve made my living for more than a decade with companies

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Imagine There’s No Courses

Or seminars. Or workshops. It’s easy if you try. At least, for you, a reader of this blog, it may be easy. Chances are good that, if you are here, you are already accustomed to learning from a wide

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Points of Reference, Comfort, and the Digital Curator

Jay Cross has posted a couple of times recently on documents seminal to learning and the net, basically pointing to the list of readings he is putting together on his wiki. It’s a good list, and I recommend

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