From time to time, on previous blogs, I’ve taken snapshots of my tech usage. These are interesting to reflect on in hindsight and allow me to see trends in how I work. In the past they’ve also been useful for exposing to colleagues some new tools and features as well as acting as mini reviews of technology.… Continue reading What am I using? March 2014 Edition
Various things of late have got me thinking again about the nature of learning and the value of different terminology to guide behavior. Some quick notes, for my reference, below. This address by Bill Clinton highlights some useful examples of education schemes from around the globe, with the focus being on the impact of education upon… Continue reading What to call teachers and learning events?
I think I have only ever applied for one temporary ‘professional’ role. My logic normally is that with constraints such as a mortgage I would not want to risk a period of unemployment. However, in the case of this particular role it sounded fantastic so I thought I would apply. I was pleasantly surprised when… Continue reading Can there be ‘original thought’ in the era of the knowledge-age organization?
I have often seen adverts for potentially useful LIKE (London Information & Knowledge Exchange) events without being able to go. However, last week, I made it to one – the main presentation from the BrilliantNoise digital agency: Content strategy for information professionals: slides from LIKE from la_pope The evening mixed presentation about the 6Ps (using… Continue reading LIKE event – Content strategies