- Getting Down to the Business of Creativity — HBS Working Knowledge – "…if creativity is integral to business, and to entrepreneurship in particular, how exactly does it occur? Where does this unicorn-like creature come from, and what exotic conditions will help it thrive in captivity?"
- Study: Schools, businesses must adapt to ‘thumb generation’ – Now we are getting somewhere: "Classrooms need to adapt to serve students who are plugged in online as never before, and corporations will need to adjust to the 'thumb generation'…" Learning works differently now that just a few years ago.
- Why Traditional Advertising Formats Fail On The Web – Publishing 2.0 – This article is a very good exposition on why traditional advertising on the Web does not work. But I couldn't help thinking this is why traditional learning does not work on the Web either. Learning on the Web must be different to succeed.
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These are my links for February 21st:
- Requirements of a PLE Framework (Mohamed Amine) – From Mohamed's blog on Technology Enhanced Learning, a brief but broad list of the attributes of a successful personal learning environment (PLE).
- e-Learning Reloaded: Top 50 Web 2.0 Tools for Info Junkies, Researchers & Students | OEDb – These are some of the best tools for organizing, citing, searching, and more online (according to Jessica Hupp).
- What is eLearning 2.0? : eLearning Technology – An older post from Tony Karrer where he provides his very e-learning focused view of what Learning 2.0 is. He touches on very good points. What's missing may be how learning behavior will change based on the new paradigm.
- Corporate Learning Long Tail and Attention Crisis : eLearning Technology – Another great thought provoker from Tony Karrer. He posits The Long Tail" with attention as the X-axis instead of sales. Then he discusses the challenge that corporate learning has in continuing to be relevant in this new attention economy.