I am writing a blog post. That must be because I need to sort out the jumble of thoughts and ideas that are going through my mind. And if my brain is ‘too full’ it must be because I am participating in a mooc. Love ’em or hate them, they certainly get the old brain… Continue reading Here we go again, again
This week’s #etmooc sessions have led me down the path of diffusion of innovation theories and I have started to collect together some interesting research sources. I want to explore if and how crossing the chasm can be expedited. However, it will take me a little while to gather my thoughts around this. In the… Continue reading Are you a risk-taker?
First of all, a word about the moving parts in some of the images in this post. They are a take from the last session in #etmooc where I tried out different digital media tools. If you want to know how they were made please read this post So, this week it is all about digital… Continue reading Critical crap detection
Inspired by Jeannine St Amand‘s post on Google+ about coping with information overload I have created a mindmap based on Harold Jarche’s model: ‘Seek, Make Sense, Share’: see video here which maps how I (intend to) collect and curate articles that interest me. This mindmap itself is created using Gliffy, and is based on Allan Johnson’s Twitter… Continue reading Coping with information overload v3