Doug Lynch (The University of Pennsylvania – The Wharton School of Business) was one of the keynote speakers at Sunday night’s kickoff to the Learning 2007 conference, and he was quite obviously the smartest man in the room — so naturally, I flocked to his session this morning. > “Thomas Jefferson once observed the increasing […]
One of my favorite non-fiction titles of the last three years is “A Whole New Mind: Why Right-Brainers Will Rule the Future” by Dan Pink. It’s like the quickest read you’ll ever go through and you won’t put it down once you start it. It’s provocative. Pink uses the brain as a metaphor for the […]
Projects Underway: * LETSI – Beyond SCORM * Natural Evolution * From ADL * Adoption since 1997 has been enormous * Things were not designed back then to scale the way they need to now * Truly Global stewardship of SCORM * Taking over the responsibilities from ADL to be able to scale that support […]
The government is turning SCORM over to the community that uses it. It’ll be up to all of us to support it in some way. And while it’s a little scary, I think it’s an AWESOME thing. Because when that happens, everyone has ownership.
A little over a year ago, I hung out with Martin Dougiamas, the big head behind Moodle, at the ILCE Conference in Mexico City. After spending quite a bit of time playing around with Moodle in the ensuing weeks, I humbly suggested on Dreamhost’s suggestion board that they I votedÃ‚ for Dreamhost to create a […]