An Open Source eLearning Tool

It seems everyone is never totally happy with their development tools. Be they off-the-shelf (e.g., Lectora, Storyline, et al) or custom. Off-the-shelf is expensive and Read More →

Osmo: truly blended training

This looks very interesting and promising. While positioned as an educational toy for children, it’s relatively easy to imagine applications in a corporate world (e.g., Read More →

XFinity UX – Too Many Clicks

At home I have the new Xfinity cable/DVR boxes. They just updated their User Interface. One of the things they did, which I felt was Read More →

Back in My Day, Games were Hard

Gregg Collins recently posted about How Games Drive Learning. He also linked to “Does Easy Do It? Children, Games, and Learning,” an article by Seymour Read More →

Real Time 3D Training

We’ve been building simulations since our research lab days (at the Institute for the Learning Sciences at Northwestern University). We’ve used a slew of different Read More →

Learning Like Worms

Among the more productive developments in modern intellectual history is a general loosening of Homo sapiens’ claims to specialness. Let’s grant that humans are special Read More →