Author Martinc

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Editor’s note: In a world where access to almost anyone and anything is available from almost anywhere, how can organisations
continually create value within a constantly evolving complex network? A big question worthy of consideration . . .

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Editor’s note: A heads up on an interesting series of debates on the future of education which started on BBC Radio 4 last night. Be sure to tune in to hear what leading thinkers see as the way forward for our schools and our children.

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Editor’s note: As article author Greg McKeown, says: ‘If success is a catalyst for failure because it leads to the “undisciplined pursuit of more,” then one simple antidote is the disciplined pursuit of less.”

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Editor’s note: A look at natural user interfaces, such as voice or gestures, and how they are being used to control computers. The development of these interfaces are rooted in cognitive science and based on constructivist views of learning as a process in which the learner actively constructs or builds new ideas or concepts based upon current and past knowledge or experience.

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Editor’s note: GoogleEDU is Google’s approach to learning which relies on data analytics and other measures to ensure it is teaching employees what they need to know.

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Editor’s note: An interesting infographic looking at how tablets are being used by teachers to enhance the learning process. Food for thought here for how tablets can be used for workplace learning.

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Editor’s note: Researchers from the McKinsey Global Institute lift the lid on the potential value to business of social technology – and that is the potential to vastly improve collaboration, communication and learning.

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Editor’s note: The Inquire intelligent textbook provides readers with the opportunity to query text they don’t understand. They are then taken to a Wikipedia-style page for more explanations. The future of textbooks . . . maybe.