Don’t cancel or postpone your conference, workshop, or training – go digital

How we respond to the threat of a disaster is critical. Organizations planning physical-world events have a choice: You can cancel or postpone your event […]

Think and do

The assumption that countries have the capacity to take on recommendations from the best available knowledge, achieve understanding, and turn them into effective policy and […]

Missed opportunities (2): How one selfish learner can undermine peer learning

The idea that adult learners have much to learn from each other is fairly consensual. The practice of peer learning, however, requires un-learning much of […]

Missed opportunities (1): making a dent requires rethinking how we construct medical education

“We are training 30 people to become doctors. My focus is on developing content for open educational resources (OER) that we can use to transmit […]

Why learning professionals should strive to be leaders, not just service providers

The learning landscape is changing fast. Even the most jurassic face-to-face trainers I know are now embracing the digital transformation or at least trying to. […]

#DigitalScholar Reboot Day 1

On Monday, July 3rd 2017, an expanded course team from three continents, supported by LSi’s Scholar Apprentices, began to trial a completely new approach to the […]

4 rules for the digital transformation of partnerships

This is a recorded version of my presentation, followed by Catherine Russ‘s report on a session that I presented and facilitated at the Remote partnering […]

#DigitalScholar Apprenticeship

(Please do share this announcement with promising learning leaders in your network. Your support is much appreciated. – Reda) The Geneva Learning Foundation, together with LSi and the […]

Towers of technology

This came up in one of the Live Learning Moments in the first week of the Geneva Learning Foundation’s #DigitalScholar course: This is for Reda: […]

Tower of Babel

What happens when a fledgling, start-up foundation convenes learning leaders from all over the world to explore digital learning? Over 800 participants from 103 countries have […]

Insomnia against the grain – and putting Bloom to bed

Summer 2016, Day 1. “So, that puts to bed Bloom’s Taxonomy… that reliable workhorse,” sighed C. “What do we use in its place?” “We don’t”, […]

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