Provocative stuff here from Donald Clark, who presented three tech trends that will change learning…
LSi.io interviews Plan B’s Donald Clark: Universities and humanitarian organizations in the Age of Disruption
Editor’s note: Donald Clark talks through disruption in higher education and the possibilities of MOOCs.
Editor’s note: Donald Clark takes a look at the work of Richard Mayer and Ruth Clark who wrote e-Learning and the Science of Instruction in 2003. The book covers seven design principles: multimedia, contiguity, modality, redundancy, coherence, personalisation, and practice opportunities and Clark argues it is a must-read for anyone designing elearning.
Editor’s note: Donald Clark shares his argument in the debate he had at Online Educa in Berlin. So, should diplomas and degrees be banned?
Editor’s note: A thought-provoking talk from Donald Clark – the video is around 50m and throughout Clark provides some challenging reflections and ideas.
Editor’s note: Donald Clark continues his series on learning technologies with a post about blogging – why it is good for learners, educators and how it helps the learning process.
Editor’s note: Following on from his series on 50 learning thinkers, Donald Clark is writing another series, this time 50 posts on learning technologies. Today is day three and we have already looked at the axe and cave paintings.