Dark Zone Education

This blog deals with the evolving nature of online course design and education. The focus is on describing concepts from the point of view of a new model for online education where learners and educators have the role of being agents of change in society. Online course design strives to incorporate irresistibly engaging learning experiences that harness evolving technologies and pedagogy with the goal of developing a culture of innovation.

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Posts by Dark Zone Education

Harnessing Social Media in e-Learning-Part III

In the previous post, one of the barriers identified was the entrenched viewpoint that social media such as Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat...etc are just for socializing […]

Harnessing Social Media in e-Learning-Part II

Social media has been in the news for all the wrong reasons lately because of a mistaken perception that people who use the web have […]

Using Social Media As a Tool in E-learning: The Challenges and Potential

There is no denying that the rise of social media in the form of Facebook, Twitter, Snapchat...etc has created a level of engagement among people […]

Business Organizations and Learning Culture--Critical Thinking and Problem Solving Skillsets

Business organizations need to re-assess their understanding of the importance of critical thinking and problem solving skillsets for their organizations. News articles are appearing with […]

Learning Culture or Training Culture--Part IV-- 21st Century Networked Collaboration

In the previous post I suggested that the type of collaboration that organizations should be involved in is not the version that they were familiar […]

Learning Culture or Training Culture--Part III--Collaboration

When considering the need for a transformation of a training culture into a learning culture, a third element to consider is the nature of collaboration. […]

Learning Culture or Training Culture: Part II: Elements of a True Learning Culture--Engagement

As suggested in Part I of this post, the development of a true learning culture within business organizations is no longer a "we will experiment […]

Learning Culture or Training Culture: Part I: What is the 21st Century Mandate?

A phrase that is appearing more and more in the spotlight, especially in the corporate realm, is the "learning culture". A growing tension is occurring […]

Global E-Learning: Rising to the Challenge of Nation Building--Part I

[Author's Note: My apologies to the readers! Part II was published before Part I. This post was the one you should have read first. Cyberspace […]

Global E-Learning: Rising to the Challenge of Nation Building--Part II

[Author's Note: Be sure to read Part I of this article first for the sake of continuity] It would be an understatement to suggest how […]

Update: Important Article

Greetings to all those who follow this blog. I wanted to update you on an important article that I am having published in two parts […]

The Desperate Need for Inspiration and Brilliance As Drivers in E-Learning

When we observe the rising changes in technology and the exponential rise in information and from it new knowledge, we have to ask the question: […]

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