Tag Archives: learning gps

Conferenced out, cards, and the importance of people

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I finally am home! I stayed in and set aside time this weekend to write some of the blog posts that are swirling around in my head. But I’m finding that I’m just too tired to write. Feeling like a … Continue reading

Building an environment that activates entrepreneurial learners

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I’m nearing the close of my second month here at Inktank. It feels like its been much longer than that – I guess startup life really does move fast huh! I’ve been very busy. I’m getting up to speed with … Continue reading

Curating = filtering signals

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I really like this presentation from Janet Clarey about facilitating learning through the social web. Her ideas on curating and wayfinding are really similar to my ideas about a learning GPS. She’s right, tech + social has fundamentally changed how … Continue reading

Lessons learned from my Web 2.0 class: we need something NEW

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I just wrote my final (official) blog post for my summer class about Web 2.0. One of the biggest things I learned this semester is that we have to stop this idea that we can apply old themes and metrics … Continue reading