Category Archives: Agnostic

Painless, not seamless. A pragmatic view of technology in online learning (and the importance of Tea and Socks)

You don’t have to get things totally right, but you have to avoid it being painfully wrong. At least, that’s my view of technology in online learning. Pragmatists will win the day, because online activity, whether it be retail, genealogy … Continue reading

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Is your best work done at home? The rise of the Agnostic worker.

Eight hours a day for Work, sixteen hours to Play. And sleeping. But when and where do we spend those hours? It used to be simple: get up, brush teeth, commute, work, lunch, work, home, Eastenders. Maybe a few additional … Continue reading

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