Sat.May 23, 2020 - Fri.May 29, 2020

Where are we going most wrong?

Clark Quinn

…and what’s most important to fix? I was a co-conspirator on the Serious eLearning Manifesto , and we identified 8 values that separated typical elearning from serious elearning. However, I suspect that not all are as important, nor hard to fix.

a trusted space for learning

Harold Jarche

In 2006 I proposed that we should develop an educational system of small schools, loosely joined : With access to the Internet a one-room school would have to reach out to the rest of the world and not be wrapped in the confines of the industrial school.

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Even When Plans Are Useless, Planning Is Indispensable

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

On Pandemic Politics, Pedagogies and Practices

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

The GDPR’s biggest fail

Doc Searls

If the GDPR did what it promised to do, we’d be celebrating Privmas today. Two years after the GDPR became enforceable, privacy would be the norm rather than the exception in the online world. That hasn’t happened, but it’s not because the GDPR is poorly enforced.

prebunking the conspiracy theorists

Harold Jarche

In confronting the post-truth machines I looked at different types of fake news and what could be done to counter them — Propaganda, Disinformation, Clickbait, and Conspiracy Theories.

Why You Should Create a BYOD Culture for Your Employees (and How to Do It)

TOPYX LMS

Over the past couple of years, BYOD has become a major trend in the corporate sector.