No! The author of "A Better Pencil" explains why such hysterical hand-wringing is as old as communication itself
An elearning strategy from real life that has the following aims:
- Give my L&D team direction in terms of what we were going to do in re to e-learning
- Give the wider HR department a roadmap of what we were going to do and how
- Tie in with the organisation's people goals and demonstrate how the my L&D department was going to contribute – essentially making the line of sight clearer.
CCK09: Connectivism and Constructivism - Christy Tucker
A framework for comparing four learning theories - behaviourism, cognitivism, constructivism, and connectivism:
- How does learning occur?
- What factors influence learning?
- What is the role of memory?
- How does transfer occur?
- What types of learning are best explained by this theory?
A shorthand for designing UI flows - Signal vs. Noise
Flows are hard to communicate during the design process. Drawing out every state of a flow is too time-consuming. And drawings become instantly outdated as screens change. On the other hand, flows written down into stories or paragraphs are hard to reference and they don't easily decompose into checklists for design and review.
The Pen May Be Mightier Than The Keyboard - Science Daily
Second, fourth and sixth grade children with and without handwriting disabilities were able to write more and faster when using a pen than a keyboard to compose essays, according to new research
"People think language is a single thing. But it's not," said Berninger. "It has multiple levels like a tall building with a different floor plan for each story."
Visions of data - New Scientist
As new ways of analysing the world around us are developed, new ways to visualise that information are needed. The recent Eurographics Symposium, held in Berlin, brought together international researchers with new ideas about how to make data easier to interpret and act on.