For the third year in row I attended the Online EDUCA in Berlin. This learning technology event is attended by more than 2000 people from over a hundred countries. The timing and the location of the event are ideal: it is a sweet train journey away from Amsterdam and the end of the year is … Continue reading So what did I learn at Online Educa 2010?
My blog, as one of the preferred outsourcing partners of my mind, will serve as a keeper of some of my notes and thoughts on Online Educa 2009 in Berlin. This will be a relatively disorganised post with a lot of different short bits of information, apologies in advance. Blog posts Earlier, I wrote a … Continue reading Random Notes From Online Educa 2009
About one and a half years ago I listened to a Floss Weekly podcast about the open source telephony project Asterisk. Asterisk is an incredibly flexible and powerful piece of software. Many projects are using the software in very creative ways. E.g. an interactive telephone murder mystery, a plant care system, a slightly offensive booty … Continue reading Mobile Language Learning with Learnosity (Online Educa 2009)
Every year the literary agent and publisher John Brockman asks a group of thinkers an important question. Their answers are published on the (horribly designed) Edge.org website. This year's question is: What will change everything? What game-changing scientific ideas and developments do you expect to live to see? More than 140 well known authors have … Continue reading Technology Changes Everything?
I have already written two posts about the Learning 2008 conference. This last post about day one will just be some random things that I noticed and want to highlight: The session on Mobile learning with industry leaders from Chrysler, Accenture, Microsoft and Merril Lynch was surprising to me. Mobile learning was mostly used by … Continue reading Learning 2008: Wrap up of day 1