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iPod, I Learn?

Like many others who keep track of developments in online learning and learning technology in general, I have been watching with interest as podcasting has assumed its place in the educational landscape.

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Online Learning: What Can It Deliver

I recently became familiar with a report issued in March by dgCommunities, a project of the Development Gateway Foundation, titled Online Education: What Can It Deliver. The “report” is primarily a

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Influence and Online Learning

Several years ago while attending the annual conference of the Peter F. Drucker Foundation (now the Leader to Leader Institute), I had the good fortune to hear psychologist Robert Cialdini speak about

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The Future of Learning

I recently became aware of an effort by the KnowledgeWorks Foundation to map what it considers to be forces that will impact education in the future. Whether you are interested in online learning technologies,

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Disruptive Learning: No Excuses

While so much knowledge and information becomes quickly dated these days, there are still many items out there that I find of perennial interest. One of these is No Excuses: The Power of Knowledge, a brief

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Before YouTube, OneWorld TV

Often when I speak about learning technology, I emphasize that learning is not equivalent to training and that most learning occurs outside of highly designed environments structured to ensure that specific

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Web 2.0, Part I of …

I recently had the opportunity to attend the annual conference of Medbiquitous, an organization I have written about elsewhere in this blog. Given Medbiq’s focus on education, I was glad to see Web 2.0

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Web 2.0, Part I of …

I recently had the opportunity to attend the annual conference of Medbiquitous, an organization I have written about elsewhere in this blog. Given Medbiq’s focus on education, I was glad to see Web 2.0

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