I recently wrote a post for ASTD’s Learning Technologies blog about how to prepare for adaptive learning technology. Really, though, it’s about activities that any learning organization should undertake, whether or not the goal is to implement adaptive technology. There are a lot of different ways that a technology could adapt to people working inside an organization, though it’s not for everything. Adaptive learning shouldn’t replace social, nor mentoring, nor searchable libraries. Research is key to figuring out the best way to make use of technologies that can adapt. The post discusses three steps that will get an organization closer to being ready — including (surprise) research, content, and assessment strategy.
Queue up your Montell Jordan, flip the track and bring the old school back because together, Megan and I are back to blogging again because we want to, not because it’s part of our job. For us, it’s a return-to-form. At least, that’s the plan with MakingBetter. [Read more…] about This is How We Do It
Make a difference; not just an agenda.
The more we can separate content from technology, to be respected in it’s own right, the better we will all be.
Make revolution by strategic evolution.
Better organizations plan and account for tools and data, which only happens when the technology, systems and processes are transparent.
It’s not just about shipping… it’s about delivering.
Any new product or service must work within some existing system. We focus vision and design to make sure it’s taking on the right part. [Read more…] about Making Systems Better: Product and Service Design