You may have seen me recently waxing about social media for learning practitioners. Well, if you followed that, you need to see this. [ted id=1678] This is completely transformational. On that note, Sugata Mitra just won the 2013 TED Prize. Thanks to Dylan for the heads up on this one.
Monthly Archives: February 2013
Plotting and scheming..
Just a note – this is what I do for fun on my flex days in the years 2011-current..
Who speaks for earth?
“…the world impoverishes itself by spending half a trillion dollars a year in preparations for war and by employing perhaps half the scientists and high technologists on the planet in military endeavors. How would we explain all this to a dispassionate, extraterrestrial observer? What account would we give of our stewardship of the planet earth? […]
Related to nothing
I forgot that I enjoy writing. I just remembered that yesterday, while writing. So, hello again. I am writing here more, at least for now.
Social Media tools for Learning Practitioners
With social media, we have the potential to learn a lot from one another, take those learnings, and transfer them en-masse. As a learning practitioner, you may find that this skill will or has already become critical to your success in building knowledge capacity in others. What is a learning practitioner? For the purpose of […]
Creating content for a web based environment
With the advent of widely deployed content management systems (CMS) and higher use of the web to present content than ever before, a lot of users are finding themselves in front of a variety of tools to present content on the web. There’s one recurring problem, however: how do you get the job done in […]
Audio of Davin, Dylan & Carol-Lynne on The Zone talking TEDx
Here is the audio from from the February 12th morning show on The Zone 91.3 FM with Dylan Willows and Jason Lamb – myself, Carol-Lynne Michaels and Dylan Wilks talk about TEDxVictoria and TED. Thank you for the audio, Bud! On a random note, I am now part of the Camosun Alumni board and the […]
Hike at Gowland Tod Provincial Park
View towards the Malahat