Last week has been a busy week with both the E-learning Event and a webinar for En Nu Online. I'll share some of the presentations that I did in this short post. Based on my presentation at last year's E-learning Event I was interviewed by the Tijdschrift voor Coaching about culture and the quantified self. … Continue reading Changing the Responsibility for Learning
Earlier this year I visited the Caledonian Academy (part of the Glasgow Caledonian University). Their work focuses solely on technology-enhanced and professional learning. I spent most of a day exploring their delightful areas of research and have now finally found the time to write it all up. Learning from Incidents Dane Lukic worked with the … Continue reading The Caledonian Academy: Learning from Incidents, OER en Self Regulated Learning
This post is an assignment for the participants of the "Sociale media voor Leren en Veranderen in Organisaties en Netwerken"-leergang by En Nu Online. (Click here to get a Google Translated Dutch version of this post). Last February Sugata Mitra was awarded the TED prize for 2013. The prize money will help him carry out … Continue reading Self Organized Learning Environments: An Assignment
Marcel de Leeuwe and I will be hosting a workshop on do-it-yourself learning at this year's Dutch e-learning event. Marcel did a short interview with me about the topic as a warming-up exercise. In the interview I explain (in Dutch) why self-organized learning is becoming relevant now and what this might mean for the Learning … Continue reading A Short Video-Interview About Self-Organized Learning
Just now I delivered a keynote at the 20th Annual Israeli Learning Conference. I was there at the kind invitation of HR Israel and Amir Elion. My talk was pitched as follows: Over the next few years the role of the learning organization will shift, moving away from the current focus on course and curriculum … Continue reading Learning. Who is responsible?