There’s an interesting story behind the photo to the left. A friend – actually one of the people I mention in the acknowledgements to Leading the Learning Revolution – went into a Barnes & Noble in Manhattan to buy copies of a new book, and he snapped photos of it in the process. Funny thing […]
Coursera, the massive open online course (MOOC) company with roots at Stanford University, had already snagged my undergraduate alma mater, the University of Virgina. And Duke, just down the road, is also on its list. Yesterday the Chapel Hill News reported that UNC-CH – my grad school alma mater and a place still on one […]
I’ve been doing some work to revamp and revitalize my Web site. Part of that is a new look and feel. (If you are getting this somewhere other than the Web site, click through to have a look.) Another part is launching The Learning Revolutionary’s Toolbox.
I was speaking to a committee at a very large, respected association recently when I mentioned the concept of”Any Given Monday.” I didn’t have to say much before I saw a flicker of understanding – and perhaps a bit of fear – in eyes across the room. People knew what I was talking about, and […]
What I write here (both in this post, and in general on the blog) does indeed impact traditional education from K-12 through grad school, but it also fundamentally impacts the market for lifelong learning, and by extension, the way that any business can interact with and engage its customers and prospects. Ignore what follows at […]
Although I have been quietly posting episodes for a while now, today marks the official launch of the Learning Revolution podcast. I started this up as a series of audio interviews that I did for Leading the Learning Revolution, but doing it reignited my enthusiasm for podcasting. Also, I have become convinced that podcasting is […]