In a post about Learning Technologies 2012, I've asked four questions to a set of learning (technology) experts. In reaction, some people have asked me how I would have answered the questions myself. Here goes: 1. What will be the most exciting (professional) thing you are planning to do in 2012?** From April 1st my … Continue reading Four Questions (and Answers) about Learning in 2012
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9 Questions for All Learning Professionals in 2011
This week I needed to create a small presentation which could help learning professionals do some forward thinking. I decided to repurpose an earlier keynote given to the Dommel Valley group (you can find that presentation here), strip out many of the slides and record a voice-over including cheesy sound effects. Please find below 9 … Continue reading 9 Questions for All Learning Professionals in 2011
Why I Have Deleted my Facebook Account
Arjen Vrielink and I write a monthly series titled: Parallax. We both agree on a title for the post and on some other arbitrary restrictions to induce our creative process. Some people would consider Facebook a threat to the open Internet (e.g. Tim Berners-Lee), whereas other people see it as a key tool for promoting … Continue reading Why I Have Deleted my Facebook Account
So what did I learn at Online Educa 2010?
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?