Start getting to know them

Is the best way to, already today, see the future for the "physical" part of a university to visit Disneyland, the Woodstock-festivals, or maybe a big soccer-game between Barcelona and Madrid? Yes, how should a Campus look in a couple of years from today? Let´s compare them and see what secrets we might find here. … Continue reading Start getting to know them

What MOOCs can learn from Goodreads and Google

Netflix give us movies made by others, and at the same time; movies they make by themselves. They do well, but it is a balance act one easily might lose. Here is a lesson on that, for the MOOC-provider, its users and suppliers, to chew on. Based on how Goodreads, Amazon and Google handle it. … Continue reading What MOOCs can learn from Goodreads and Google

E-learning up for a culture-lunch

An old, great, management-idea claim that culture eats corporate strategy for lunch. And definitely; culture is a strong thing. It can even be so strong that it might shed light into why Udacity now seem to be stepping out of China, even though E-learning is growing heavily at this very moment, not the least there. … Continue reading E-learning up for a culture-lunch

Corona-times is the piracy-movement

Between streaming and shellac records, we had tapes, CDs, iTunes and piracy in the music industry. Necessary steps before finally ending-up with streaming. So, which is actually the Covid-19-times? Well, it´s not the final structure. It is more like the piracy-movement. Here is the reason why, and what it might lead to, already next year. … Continue reading Corona-times is the piracy-movement

Why quality in the e-learning-space will go up tremendously the upcoming years

Some years after Google Play and AppStore was created huge amounts of apps was created. Some good, others terrible. It does not look like that anymore. The ones remaining have often become great. And; a lot of them are also very profitable. Here is the reason why the same thing will happen in the e-learning-space. … Continue reading Why quality in the e-learning-space will go up tremendously the upcoming years

Put your eyeballs at the bundling logic

The album game died out. Instead, it has become a game of singular songs. The change of the bounding logic in the music industry is intimately linked to when that industry was disrupted. Playlists has evolved. What could then happen if unbundling happened in the world of education? Could it already be on its way?  … Continue reading Put your eyeballs at the bundling logic

What actually happens on Zoom, Teams and Meet

Becoming physically connected can sometimes be hard. But when you are; how to know if you are mentally connected? Here is a post based on listening to teachers sharing unusual stories on what at this moment seem to be ongoing. It is about what is actually happening when you run Zoom, Teams, Meet etc. Conference-tools. … Continue reading What actually happens on Zoom, Teams and Meet