At the risk of sounding like a Windows 7 commercial, it really is a great time to be a learning technologist. Before I provide Exhibit A of this statement, let me first interject a quick quote to set the context.
Even as a learning technologist, I sometimes find that there are some really cool applications out there that have untold uses and possibilities. Today’s gadget was built using Modest Maps. This specific example runs through the explosion that was Wal*Mart
I must credit Lisa Abate for this fabulous idea, but I was inspired to create a Wordle using my resume. It’s fairly common knowledge that some organizations use word scans to weed out applicants. And while I’m not really out
Many, many thanks to Joy Hall Bryant and all of those responsible for making the 2009 State of Texas DIR eLearning Forum a wonderful experience! It was certainly an excellent day to step back and look at the possibilities as
We’re eight years in to the 21st century and we’re still asking what eLearning in the 21st century is/will be. Is it because we’re an ADD society with a short attention span? Or are we still trying to disseminate answers
In an age where technology has taken hold of many facets of daily life, I often cringe when reading an email or MySpace/Facebook message from one of my younger relatives. It would appear that their texting shorthand has trickled over
When it first began to traverse the pipeline, I saw the original Did You Know. However, I was pleased to see that they revamped the presentation a year later. Most interesting to me are the questions at the end of