(Note: This article is based on some experimental reconnaissance of the AI paradigm and how it is set to impact content creation.) Let me begin by explaining a few key terms as non-technically as possible…and of course, with a warning… Continue Reading →
“eLearning Sucks!” “eLearning is $*!#!” “eLearning doesn’t work!” I am sure that you’ve heard at least one of these super-sad statements before. I have. I have seen them being bandied about on social media and talked about during webinars. And… Continue Reading →
Plato was a thinker, philosopher, and teacher who lived in the 4th century BC. Among other things, his most important claim to fame was that he started an academy for higher learning – possibly the first in the western world… Continue Reading →
Leonardo Da Vinci was an engineer, painter, anatomist, biologist, teacher. He was also a keen observer of nature and life. Most of what he learned was through observation and inquiry, and he didn’t do it without a plan – or… Continue Reading →
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