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Aesop’s Fables

Over the past couple of months I’ve had the good fortune to work on a project about Aesop’s Fables for Alison.com, the free global online learning platform. It has been a mother and daughter project, with me providing the text and Aysha Tengiz doing the illustrations. Aysha is now in her second year of her illustration […]

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New Website, New Me!

I hope you like the new website. It’s part of my plan to reinvigorate my work. It was built in a day with the delightful Jamie at PootlePress on his WordPress Xpress option and it features the wonderful illustrations of the talented Aysha Tengiz. Find more of her work on her blog: ayshatengiz@wordpress.com. I should […]

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“The internet has changed my life”

“The internet has changed my life” my son announced to me one day during the Christmas break. As an evangelist of online learning I listened with anticipation to hear how. “If I hadn’t watched those scooting videos I would never have learned to tail whip,” he added. Not quite what I was expecting, but interesting […]

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Enhanced serendipity with PKM

I signed up for Harold Jarche’s Personal Knowledge Management workshop in September. This is Jarche’s explanation of his Seek, Sense, Share model: Seek Sense Share from Harold Jarche And here are my thoughts on how I manage my knowledge, using Jarche’s model. I like  Jarche’s description of PKM: “PKM prepares the mind to be open […]

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