Course production workflow

The escalator workflow I’m comfortable using the escalator metaphor to picture the e-learning course production journey. From planning to evaluation, this moving stairway moves a course development team from start to finish between floors using a gentle set of hydraulic steps. I’m the handrail, keeping the team riding safely riding along their vertical journey. Descent […]

Knowledgeable or knowledge-able

Class teachers should ask themselves whether they intend to use Information and Communications Technology to make themselves more knowledgeable or their students more knowledge-able. Or will this responsibility be left to rapid technological change and inherent generational characteristics. From Knowledgeable To Knowledge-Able View more presentations from Derek Moore.

Pecha Kucha Pietermaritzburg?

Pecha Kucha, Japanese for “chit-chat”, is a presentation format that combines business meeting and slam poetry and turns endless Power Point presentations into an art form and a competitive sport. Initially introduced by Astrid Klein and Mark Dytham, two Architects from Tokyo’s Klein-Dytham Architecture that were hosting an event for young designers to meet, network, […]

Join the conversation

Vadim Lavrusik’s article – 10 Ways Universities Share Information Using Social Media on Mashable prompted me to explore about how South African Universities, and particularly public affairs or faculties are making use of Social Media. From what I found (and this is not authoritative, my little network does not cover all 23 higher ed institutions […]