The speech we are missing

I scream, you scream, we all scream for ice-cream. A great song-title, published already 1927. Sometimes we scream to get things. But sometimes we also scream in order to avoid things. Then we start screaming towards each other. How to solve that fight? What speech can make us ready for a new, digital, educational world? … Continue reading The speech we are missing

How, not if, prices will permanently fall

NYU professor Scott Galloway has gone bazooka: "Margins on education are unreasonably high". However; don´t worry. The methods described in this post are spreading, price levels will fall. They will even drop sharply. On permanent basis. But it´s not because of Covid or digital tech. It´s because of smart people, people like Galloway, understanding disruption. … Continue reading How, not if, prices will permanently fall

7 secrets: how to sky rocket an online course

Learn from the best, discover their secrets. Make your own course sky rocket. How to make a great on-line course? Scholars in pedagogy try to help out. But here is a better idea: In this post I benchmark an unusually great course we all have access to. 7 important secrets revealed. Put them in use. … Continue reading 7 secrets: how to sky rocket an online course

Congratulations; you are just about to outperform Neil Armstrong

Change. Different. In addition, a world full of digital technology. So how are we going to relate to all these digital changes that education is going through right now? We may not have sign up to become an “educator”, or a “learner” for that matter, at all, for that very reason. Then how about this? … Continue reading Congratulations; you are just about to outperform Neil Armstrong

Why teachers soon will stop recording themselves

It is a development that was expected. It has been cooking for a very long time, so don´t be surprised if it soon is arriving. Right into your own laptop. And it will totally change the way you feel about all "these videos" you have worked hard on the last couple of years. During the … Continue reading Why teachers soon will stop recording themselves

How to make online-education gazillion times more social, interactive and live than off-line-education ever can be

The typical situation for learning is not thousands of participants – MOOC´s. It is smaller groups, 30-100. Still, imagine you cannot meet physically, Corona-times could be one reason. Then here is what you can do. And please note; it can become way better in doing exactly everything that off-line-education is claimed to be great at. … Continue reading How to make online-education gazillion times more social, interactive and live than off-line-education ever can be

The forgotten big point by being the early one into E-learning

How was Spotify, Netflix and Facebook in the beginning? Not good. Spotify did not even have an app when they launched. But, these services were good enough, at that point in time, and that was; good enough. Here is a 74 year old learning point based on that fact. Just take it. Then use it. … Continue reading The forgotten big point by being the early one into E-learning

How smart platforms utilize timing

We have already heard what we should, or could, do during these Corona-times - us all becoming 100 % digital. But what do we actually Do? Here are some courses I bet my head of you do take at this moment. Then, who gains, and who loses, position due to that, at this very moment? … Continue reading How smart platforms utilize timing

There is money in the old chalkboard-style

The big challenge is not going from off-line to on-line. The big challenge comes later, when we have become digital. Suddenly, not only competition is one thumb-press away, all substitutes are. But if you just hold on to your old chalkboard, then at least you will make it. If lucky; even become bigger than ever. … Continue reading There is money in the old chalkboard-style

Todays MOOC-platforms is not the final structure

Remember music? Today: streaming. Yesterday: CD:s. But, there was also something important in the middle: iTunes/Piracy. The industry developed in phases. Things that many assumed to be "fixed and final", during the road, wasn´t. Now, could what recently happened in the US-based part of the MOOC-industry be a sign of a new phase upcoming soon? … Continue reading Todays MOOC-platforms is not the final structure

A short-cut to increased value of videos already made

You have already made your video-recording. It is fairly ok. But how about making it gazzlion times better so people watch all of it, and do not drop out after 30 seconds? This short-cut cost nothing, takes 5 minutes, can be used without changing your normal way of working. Evaluate it with your own eyes. … Continue reading A short-cut to increased value of videos already made

How teaching-rockstars already changes the name of the game

The Beatles very likely could play around with their own record label EMI more or less the way they wanted, if that was what they wanted. We have not seen this phenomenon evolving in the world of e-learning...yet. However, here is an example in this direction and what we already today can learn from it. … Continue reading How teaching-rockstars already changes the name of the game

Benchmark this course, and become a winner on the online-market

Some e-learning-courses already have got million students enrolled, and great reviews. But it is not about how much money you spend. The course I benchmark in this post show what it actually means in practice claiming that e-learning is not about “digitalized learning”. The learning points go far beyond what we historically even cared about. … Continue reading Benchmark this course, and become a winner on the online-market

How to get 3 million people to follow your 50 minutes of Philosophy

"Traffic is King, but Content is King Kong" is a great saying. However, assume you already have traffic then decided to fix your content "backwards". Could that actually work? Well, this guy show that it defintely can. Hold your hat now if you are a professor in Philosophy. He already has 103 million students enrolled. … Continue reading How to get 3 million people to follow your 50 minutes of Philosophy