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Kate O’Neill #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap

Clark Quinn

Kate O’Neill closed the DevLearn conference with a keynote on tech humanism. With a humorous but insightful presentation, she inspired us to strive for good. The post Kate O’Neill #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap appeared first on Learnlets. mindmap

mycorrhiza: abstraction & codification

Dave Snowden

In 2002 I published Complex Acts of Knowing , the first major article to include Cynefin in its near current form; if we ignore the words the only difference with the current version is the lack of liminality.

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The MIT Work of the Future Report

Irving Wladawsky-Berger

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making time for learning

Harold Jarche

For over a decade I have promoted the idea that work is learning & learning is the work.

Helen Papagiannis #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap

Clark Quinn

Helen Papagiannis kicked off the second day of the DevLearn conference. She explored the possibilities of AR with exceptional examples. She went through a variety of concepts, helping us comprehend new opportunities.

The Electricity of Learning

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Summary of a talk at eLearning Africa given by Jef Staes. I'm going to tell a story of why education is failing. We have a design error. This is a battle of two groups of people. There was an information shortage. So industry started schools. But today everything has changed.

Moving my blog

Euen Semple

Although [link] will continue to be my business site I am moving my blog to its own new domain at [link]. Those of you who subscribe by RSS or email might like to resubscribe using the links at the new location. I certainly hope so! I will do another reminder post in a few weeks

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Talithia Williams #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap

Clark Quinn

Talithia Williams presented the afternoon keynote on the opening day of DevLearn. She gave an overview of the possibilities of data, and the basics of data science. She then made some inferences to learning. The post Talithia Williams #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap appeared first on Learnlets.

Mahid Abdulkarim at eLearning Africa.

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Summary of a talk by Mahid Abdulkarim at eLearning Africa. I want to tell you a story. We ll learn from stories. I hope it will show why technology means so much for a student like me. My country, Sudan, went through a revolution. We overthrew a president of 30 years. I got to witness this.

Deliver Highly Engaging Compliance Training With These 3 Ideas


Compliance training isn’t always attractive to employees, but that doesn’t negate its importance. Employees must be engaged with compliance training to help reduce risk and improve your workplace environment.

Sophia the Robot #DevLearn Keynote Mindmap

Clark Quinn

DevLearn opened with a keynote from Sophia the Robot. With an initially scripted presentation, and some scripted questions from host David Kelly, Sophia addresses the differences between AI and robots, with a bit of wit.

Linda Nanan Vallee at eLearning Africa

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Summary of a talk by Linda Nanan Vallee at eLearning Africa. I felt close to something Jef said earlier, about the mission we have on Earth. So I just wanted to share some very personal things, because I fel like we are a family. When I was young I wanted to become a fighter pilot.

Turning Talent into Skills and Skills into Success

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Summary of a talk by Ekwow Spio-Garbrah at eLearning Africa. The challenge for everyone is to find out how gto give back before moving to the next level of existence. Mentorship is one very important way to do so. Also to pick up on what Jef said about talent and passion.

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Efosa Ojomo, Christensen Institute

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Summary of a talk by Efosa Ojomo, Christensen Institute, at eLearning Africa in Abidjan. The four Ps of education: purpose, problem, practicality, promise. The porpose: not simply to get people in a classroom, but to improve the human capital of society so they can be productive.

Martin Dougiamas, e_learning Africa

Stephen Downes: Half an Hour

Summary of talk by Martin Dougiamas at e_learning Africa. I'm just going to focus on open ed-tech. We had a conference about Moodle in this room yesterday. Our mission at Moodle is to improve the world, and we're doing this by making an open source platform. The values drive the project.

3 Ways Tech Companies Can Improve End-User Training


There are many benefits technology companies can gain from improved end-user training. For example, optimizing end-user training helps tech companies build rapport with their customers’ employees (i.e., end-users), encourages renewals, and promotes customer loyalty.