A couple of Comments and Corrections before getting to the main portion of today’s posting:
First, thanks to Tom Kuhlman from Articulate Global for commenting on my last posting, Rapid E-Learning, Blogs,
I’m going to let most of what follows speak for itself because, well, it does. These are four videos produced by Common Craft that provide brief introductions to four common Web 2.0 technologies: social
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.
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,
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
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