MVPs are too M and almost never V. Jason Cohen I have no idea where this came from. It wasRead more
I came across this article on my LinkedIn feed. Interesting food for thought from a site called the eLearning Coach. I suppose the implied question is if we know Discovery should come before Analysis, why do intelligent people just skip to Analysis?Read more
One hundred and three years ago today, Australian and New Zealand soldiers landed at Gallipoli.
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For a few years when I started presenting I always wondered if I was “good enough”. Stuart Mealor Stuart MealorRead more
Last night I was listening to one of my favourite podcasts, Planet Money, and it provided me with some goodRead more
Blockchain is not just related to bitcoin and cryptocurrencies. It also has applications in education. Source: Blockchain in Education –Read more
As I write this, my wife and I are traveling in Japan, hopefully to photograph some cherry blossoms (I’ll post
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I just wanted to share some exciting items that came up in my social media feeds the last few days.Read more
Recently, at the H5P conference in Melbourne, I won a prize for Most Prolific Tweeter. I had the most tweets
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I just wanted to drop a quick post before running my WordPress class again this week. I had a reallyRead more
No wonder it is really complex figuring out what a learning technologist can offer when they can vary so much.Read more