Agile approach to learning content creation

  Chief Learning Officer magazine presents a sound argument for agile development of courses. Instructional design can be more iterative and incorporate feedback from learners at an earlier stage. No need to plan and build *all* modules at once!   Are you Truly Agile? by Bob Mosher

What is ‘member worth’ to Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter?

  Study of market competitiveness of publicly traded companies in the social media space – Facebook, Twitter and LinkedIn. Who performed better at their public launch? Who is sustaining performance based on average member value? See Forbes.com

Imagine if textbooks could learn

  Adaptive learning pathways are the offering of Knowillage. Looks to be on the pulse. Check out knowillage.com

The Fun Theory

As happened in Stockholm Viewed first at DeakinPrime news centre

Now for a “Wow” moment …

Checked out Chrome’s webstore today …   Apps for everyone!

From the desk of Tony Bates – outlook for online learning in 2013

The coming of age of online learning in higher ed. Hybrid learning paves the way. Tony Bates’ forecast for online learning in higher education for 2013: http://www.tonybates.ca

MOOCs, big data and the open web

Great critique of MOOCs by John Maxwell MOOCs, big data and the open web

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