my data’s better than your data!

23 02 2004

in a post to elearnspace, george siemens argues that between the two technologies – knowledge management and elearning – knowledge is the dynamic, active building of learning while elearning is static and is out-of-date from the instance it is created. Though he does give both sides their due:

as a medium, elearning allows for the sharing of knowledge that has been tested, researched and organized. for example, an instructional designer relies on subject

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my data’s better than your data!

23 02 2004

in a post to elearnspace, george siemens argues that between the two technologies – knowledge management and elearning – knowledge is the dynamic, active building of learning while elearning is static and is out-of-date from the instance it is created.  Though he does give both sides their due:

as a medium, elearning allows for the sharing of knowledge that has been tested, researched and organized. for example, an instructional designer relies on subject

Read the rest of this entry »





the blogging iceberg

1 02 2004

in the blogging iceberg, a white paper discussing a study they conducted regarding blogs, perseus development estimates that of a total population of 4.12 million blogs that have been created, 2.72 million have been abandoned. seems startling until you realize that they also estimate that 2.12 million of the blogs had been created by teenagers (13-19). well duh! when i was a teenager, you couldn’t keep my attention on one thing for more than like 15 minutes! Let alone get me to continue something as big as a blog over several years! gimme a break! what do you think? hit the comments button and speak up. if you know of any good sites on the state of blogging, mail dave .