Plagiarism Percentage Checker and Other Technologies in Education

We are living in the information age, in the age when leaving home without a mobile phone is a big problem and writing an essay […]

Gold from Straw: Creating Your Own Meaning

Personal learning is a form of assembly, where we find, evaluate, use or discard things we encounter on our way. More often than not, though. we […]

Trust or Control? It’s one or the other.

When I speak to people about the value of participating in professional learning networks (PLN), work out loud (WOL) practices, and the promise of sharing freely […]

Our Competition Is Our Co-Operator: The new coopetition

The term coopetition has actually been around for quite some time, as strange as it may seem. Going back to at least the 1930s, the […]

What We’re Missing When Discussing MOOCs: Unintended intentions

There is much talk about MOOCs already, so I needn’t rehash the pros, cons, exemplars and far-more-common horrors as MOOCs reach their fifth birthday. MOOCs […]

Working in the Age of (Digital) Exploration: Part I – Exploring our digital world

Ferdinand Magellan. Marco Polo. Leif Eriksson. Christopher Columbus. The big names of the Age of Exploration traversed land and sea in search of adventure, discovery, […]

Abundance and Choices: Make the decision and move on

We know the feeling: Standing in the cereal aisle, or before the maddeningly long rack of cold medicines, frozen by the overwhelming number of choices. […]

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