When an area starts to become digital it's usually pretty quiet, almost nothing happens. In retrospect, we instead tend to claim that the area exploded. But we don´t here any explosions. So how do you know whats actually going on, right now, in the E-learning field? And how should you care? Here is the answer. … Continue reading It’s quiet, so how are you going to relate to the explosion?
How important is E-Learning really? Is it going to make a real impact? Are we in an inflection point, or not? Well, we've heard that talk before, without the education world changing fundamentally. Why would it then happen this time? Here is a slightly different answer to these questions than you might have heard before. … Continue reading View it as waves, not as a straight line, and then you can see it
Change. Different. In addition, a world full of digital technology. So how are you going to relate to all these digital changes that education is going through right now? You may not have signed up to become an “educator”, nor a “student” for that matter, at all, for that very reason. Then how about this? … Continue reading Congratulations; you are just about to outperform Neil Armstrong
It's boiling. Udemy and Coursera, are currently planning for their billion dollar IPOs. But why bother, really? You may just be a teacher, a single person who likes to learn things, a university, or a private education company. Though that's when you really should care. This post explains why, and most importantly how, to care. … Continue reading The real reason to care about Udemy and Coursera now stepping into the stock market
No teachers, classrooms, lessons. But stay as long as you like. Can it work? Of course. If you seriously consider what you’re learning system is supposed to deliver and then creates it with that target clearly in mind. Here is an example on how to do it. But it comes down to the admission-process instead. … Continue reading You only need 2 reasons to believe in 42
You can´t force another person to learn. Well, you can, but things thought by brute force very seldom leads to anything good, at least not in the long run. It for instance rarely leads to innovative ideas. This post is about how to use that observation when choosing what digital technologies to use for e-learning. … Continue reading Pez, the candy, is the mother of all great E-learning
Ever sense Corona started there has been lot of discussions about E-learning. Today we find gazillions of tips on the web on “how to do it”. Everyone seem to know how you should do. But I don´t think you have heard these non-tips before. Embedded is also a square helping you to use them well. … Continue reading A square, and three non-tips