Meet the personal privacy assistant

Our mobile phones are increasingly capable of generating vast quantities of data about our behavior. Such is the breadth and depth of data collected by […]

Securing your data from internal threats

Data breaches are an increasingly common affair.  A recent government report showed that 46% of all businesses identified at least one cyber attack in the […]

Painting by numbers

A lifetime ago I graduated as an environmental biologist. I was one of those kids who did well in school, but had no idea what […]

5 Steps for Data-Driven Learning

http://go.lambdasolutions.net/webinar-recording-5-steps-data-driven-learning-052417 Data-driven learning is the key factor in optimizing learning and training programs for learner success. By gaining a more holistic view of how learners […]

Guiding principles for data driven organizations

Big data has received no shortage of hype in the past few years, but successful implementations are relatively thin on the ground.  This post will […]

How at risk is your health data?

I’ve written a number of times about the growing importance of data in healthcare, and especially of the need to liberate data so it’s more […]

me and mendelay are mates

How much is too much? Or not enough? Overload warning – drowning not waving – data data everywhere. Explode. Head. Ready. Weekends and bank holidays are for […]

How Granular Thinking Harms Students

If you or your children spend time in schools, you’ve experienced waves of reforms meant to “fix” education. Whether we are considering Data-Driven Instruction or Response […]

6 Steps For Making Training Metrics Actionable By Business Teams

  Customer education plays a crucial role in Customer Success. Training metrics can be a powerful driver of business outcomes because they can be used […]

Differentiation: Attainable Or Somewhere Over The Rainbow?

This post was originally published in @PeterMDeWitt’s blog Finding Common Ground in Education Week. Today’s guest post is written by frequent Finding Common Ground blogger Lisa Westman. […]

Differentiation is The Key to Assessment For Learning

“Too often, educational tests, grades, and report cards are treated by teachers as autopsies when they should be viewed as physicals.” Douglas Reeves One of […]

Tips for Better Data Visualization

If you’re in the business of data – analyzing it, assessing it, interpreting it, or presenting it – then you also need to find creative […]

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