Much Addo About Elephants

"Silence is the perfectest herald of joy." This Shakespeare quote sufficiently summarizes a single day at Addo Elephant Park and Schotia Lion Reserve? The post […]

Life on the Indian Sub-Sub-Continent

The largest contingent of Indians outside of India? Yep, a large population living in the Indian Ocean coastal town of Durban, South Africa. The post […]

Surfing and Sliding Over Rough Coffee Bay and Hogs

Coffee is known to make people happier. Even fight depression. The same could be said for travel. So from the confines of Durban, South Africa, […]

Horsing Around Lesotho without Electricity

The mini-van attracted enough passengers for Mt. Moorosi Chalets in southern Lesotho. Three things entertained us in the heart of African seclusion the next two […]

Top APAC Moodle Partner eCreators Propels Compliance & Professional Development Content In The Open Source LMS With GO1 Partnership

Based out of suburban Brisbane, Australia, GO1, now touted as “the world’s largest compliance, professional development and general training platform,” has sealed an alliance with […]

Wonderful Women Who Changed History

Women’s History Month may be over, however that doesn’t mean that our learning about influential women should end. Let’s be honest, our world would not […]

The Samson Era Starts. Moodle Users Association October Newsletter

The little chaotic, but highly energizing transition of power at the Moodle Users Association made for a busy September. Richard Samson, on his newly appointed […]

eLearning Africa And Cape Town Moot, To Test Moodle Potential And Commitments For The People

The future of Africa, and to an extent the world, depends on educational technologies. Some of the continent’s most forward thinking minds and Martin Dougiamas […]

South Africa- The promise and Challenge of Education

My last day in South Africa I had lunch with faculty from the University of KwaZulu-Natal in Durban. I had an enlightening conversation with Vusi […]

Neads, Wants, and Tech

In the las two days Jennifer Davidson and I have been discussing needs vs. wants. Which led me to ask myself a few questions. The […]


Yesterday we visited the Langa township and took a walking tour. One of the things that struck me as we walked around was the ingenuity of […]

One more Yoga school on Eliademy, South Africa

Ananda Sanga Educational Institute (ASEI) is an academic institute in South Africa dedicated to spreading the ancient Art and Science of Yoga to humanity. They […]

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