Friday, July 28, 2006

Learning portals

Some time ago (22 June, in fact), I posted a comment on one of Harold Jarche's posts about the pressing issues of adult learning. Tony Karrer repsonded with a request that I post that comment here, saying "It took me about five posts to say what you just said in about 20 words!". How could my ego resist such a flattering request? So here (somewhat belatedly) it is:

I find that the learning I design these days is looking increasingly like a knowledge portal and less like a course. It’s the putting-life-on-hold thing that makes learning inaccessible to so many busy professionals.

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