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How to be an elearning expert

Clark Quinn

I was asked (and have been a time or two before): “What’s the one most important thing you’d like to tell to be successful Ed Tech industry leader?” Of course there wasn’t just one ;).

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A Biological Framework for the Study of Labor Market Resilience

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

I recently read Universal Resilience Patterns in Labor Markets , - an article published earlier this year in Nature Communications by members of MIT Connection Science and the Max Planck Institute for Human Development.

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Management Musings: Episode 7 – My Four Most Loathed Terms at Work

Dan Pontefract

In Episode 7 of “Management Musings,” the crux of the insight centers on four terms that are commonplace in our organizations yet need to be… The post Management Musings: Episode 7 – My Four Most Loathed Terms at Work appeared first on Pontefract Group.

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Why is Content Personalization Challenging for Large Organizations?


Most organizations don’t have a problem with content personalization o n a small scale. W hen you try to scale it up, however, the maintenance becomes harder and harder to keep up with. .

The case for model answers (and a rubric)

Clark Quinn

As I’ve been developing online workshops, I’ve been thinking more about the type of assessment I want. Previously, I made the case for gated submissions. Now I find another type of interaction I’d like to have. So here’s the case for model answers (and a rubric).

Apple vs (or plus) Adtech, Part II

Doc Searls

My post yesterday saw action on Techmeme (as I write this, it’s at #2) and on Twitter ( from Don Marti and Augustine Fou ), and in long from blog posts by John Gruber in Daring Fireball and Nick Heer in Pixel Envy. All pushed back on at least some of what I said.

Apple vs (or plus) Adtech

Doc Searls

If you haven’t seen it yet, watch Apple’s Privacy on iPhone | tracked ad. In it a guy named Felix (that’s him, above) goes from a coffee shop to a waiting room somewhere, accumulating a vast herd of hangers-on along the way.