As another year closes I find myself reflecting on much of the writing I’ve done in 2014. I write in a few different places, with majority taking place here on my personal blog and also on TWIST: The eLearning Guild Blog. In total I posted over 180 different blog posts and articles in 2014, the […]
This week’s #lrnchat explored the value of reflection for learning, so it seems an appropriately meta time time add another post to my long-dormant “Reflections on #lrnchat” series of posts. I always find looking at the questions that are used to loosely guide the conversation as a nice way to see the overall theme of […]
Even though the 2012 DevLearn Conference and Exposition ended last week, arguably the most important part of the conference experience now begins. Those that attended the conference (in-person or virtually via the backchannel) engaged in a multitude of sessions and content. As with all learning, what matters is not what happened during the event; what […]
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