knowledge and Learning In The News - 7/18/2006

IBM's KM strategy - KM World
With a knowledge management history that dates to 1994, IBM certainly qualifies as an early adopter. Although its focus has shifted through the years, IBM's success with knowledge management continues to thrive through its enterprisewide knowledge exchange and collaboration.

Gadgets get the feel of the tactile world - New Scientist
When it comes to interacting with computers, our sense of touch has been all but ignored. It's the first sense we develop in the womb, yet for most of us rumbling games controllers or vibrating cellphones are just about the only devices that make use of it. That is set to change.

An author with a 'long tail' - c/net
When Wired Magazine published an article called "The Long Tail," it immediately became a phenomenon on the order of Malcolm Gladwell's "The Tipping Point."

Problems with Bloom's Taxonomy - ISPI (via Will Thalheimer)
Bloom's taxonomy is almost 50 years old. It was developed before we understood the cognitive processes involved in learning and performance.

Changing Models - elearnspace
George Siemens writes on Changing Models. Tony Karrer responds, and Stephen Downes comments. And another post by Tony Karrer.

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