Today is International Women’s Day and there are so many ways to celebrate, recognise and take action towards women in the workplace, women in tech.Read More
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Friday Fave: Sans Forgetica – How to remember what you read
Sans Forgetica – a new font designed to make you remember what you read.Read More
Friday Fave: Blockchain – Reaping the benefits or going cold?
Friday Fave: Blockchain – Reaping the benefits or going cold? Why has the Australian government decided to disregard the use of blockchain – for now?Read More
Augmented reality – how far have we come?
A recent article in Wired got me a tad excited – have we finally hit the tipping point with augmented reality (AR) and shifted across into the pragmatic, valuable use of AR in the workplace? The product highlighted in the article is the “smart helmet” – the description reminded me of Superman – being…Read More
2014 APAC Top 10 eLearning Movers & Shakers
The 6th annual ‘eLearning Movers & Shakers’ list has been published by Bob Little (UK) and reflects the top 10 most influential people in corporate eLearning globally and regionally. 2014 was a turbulent year across many industries and it appears this was also experienced in the corporate eLearning practices. In the APAC region, the rationale…Read More
Wearable Technologies: Shaping the future of learning
This article originally appeared in Training & Development magazine June 2014 Vol 41 No 3, published by the Australian Institute of Training and Development.Read More
MOOCs: Where to from here?
This article originally appeared in Training & Development magazine February 2014 Vol 41 No 1, published by the Australian Institute of Training and Development. It has been reproduced with permission from the editor.Read More
State of Mobile Learning – Part 2
Part 2 of my article in AITD’s Training and Development magazine (June 2013).Read More
Re-visited, Re-Viewed = Re-Invented
Digital Dialogues | TypePad. Re-Visited:I haven’t been blogging much lately – actually – not at all …Why?Well – Twitter for one. I’m finding the immediacy of micro-publishing, sharing, getting feedback and exchanges fulfill many of the motivations I had for previously blogging.Then there’s writing – and, as I write my final stages of the PhD,…Read More
This is rather like a quote for the day, but it’s more of a learning moment, influenced by a quote: "Conceptual growth comes from the negotiation of meaning, the sharing of multiple perspectives and the changing of our internal representations through collaborative learning" Prof David Merrill, 1991 Powered by QumanaRead More
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