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Are you ready to enter the Shift Age?

What’s the future hold? No matter what the answer to that question, active lifelong learners will be the ones best prepared to handle it. That’s just one of the perspectives that emerges in

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Free online courses keep getting easier to find and manage

Looking for a way to find free online courses and track your progress in them? OnlineCourses.com may be just the ticket. The site provides a searchable online data base that aggregates open courseware

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Learning How High Can You Fly

When I read Jeff’s “How will you teach yourself to fly in 2013?” post, I didn’t know I would actually learn to fly in 2013. But flying—what trapeze artists call what they do—is exactly what

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What’s It Take to Be an Effective Free Range Learner?

Are you a free range learner? If you are reading this post, then chances are pretty high that you are. You probably like to read. You are probably constantly consuming content from a variety of devices

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A Bad Start to Lifelong Learning?

Is our desire to be engaged, effective lifelong learners beaten down, if not killed outright by the time we leave high school? That may be too bleak a conclusion to draw, but the findings of a recent Gallup

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Free Download of 10 Ways to Be a Better Learner

This was a limited time offer. The free Kindle download is no longer available. You can, however, get a free PDF version of the book by subscribing to Mission to Learn in any of the subscription boxes

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How will you teach yourself to fly?

I wrote this a while back on December 17, the anniversary of the Wright Brother’s first flight. I have a particular affection for that event for a number of reasons. It took place at Kitty Hawk,

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10 Educational Gift Ideas for the Lifelong Learners in Your Life

Whether for a holiday or a birthday, most of us have to come up with gifts to give at multiple times throughout the year. As you might guess, my bias is to give gifts with some educational value to them.

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