Jane Hart has been compiling a list of top 100 tools for learning for over six years now. This is one of the many reasons why she received an award for her contribution to Learning. A learning tool from the perspective of this list is: Any tool that you could use to create or deliver … Continue reading My Top 10 Tools for Learning 2013
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?
Today I keynoted the Dutch Moodlemoot (mootnl12). I talked about how current times force us to let go of curricula, why it is more important than anything else to teach students how to learn, what it means to work in a knowledge society (work becomes synonymous with learning) and what this might mean for a … Continue reading Werken = Leren & Leren ≠ Werken
The final themed session at Lift 11 France is about OPEN - What happens when barriers to innovation become drastically lower?. From the introduction: The Internet has radically open innovation systems in digital products, content and services. Today, the same is happening to manufacturing, finance, urban services, even health care and life sciences. What will … Continue reading Open – What Happens When Barriers to Innovation Become Drastically Lower?
Every week I will try and write down some reflections on the Open Online Course: Learning and Knowledge Analytics. These will by written for myself as much as for anybody else, so I have to apologise in advance about the fact that there will be nearly no narrative and a mix between thoughts on the … Continue reading Lak11 Week 1: Introduction to Learning and Knowledge Analytics