Category Archives: Integrity

The Privacy Jigsaw: can you keep a secret?

I am active online: i participate in many social spaces and learning communities. I maintain a number of personal and professional personas, but across them all i tend towards caution when it comes to sensitive data. I tend to trust … Continue reading

Posted in Accessibility, Agile, Authority, Clarity, Collaboration, Community, Consumption, Culture, Disclosure, Forbidden, Freedom, Integrity, Learning Culture, Legacy, Mistakes, Ownership, Privacy, Social Learning, Social Media | Tagged , , , , , , , | 6 Comments

Authenticity

It was a long day yesterday: up at five thirty, then after delivering the workshop we went for a drink, and i finally got home from London about nine. I have to say that i was exhausted, which drove my … Continue reading

Posted in Attention to Detail, Blogging, Communication, Craft, Culture, Engagement, Experience, Integrity, Learning, Mediocrity, Narrative, Personal Learning Network, Responsibility, Social Learning | Tagged , , , , , , , , | 7 Comments

Social legacy: Paris Brown and the right to learn

This isn’t a post about politics and policing: it’s a post about learning and the legacy of social media. The right to learn and the right to grow up. There’s been a scandal brewing in the UK over the last … Continue reading

Posted in Age, Authority, Brand, Culture, Disclosure, Diversity, Equality, Experience, Facebook, Freedom, Information, Integrity, Leadership, Learning, Learning Culture, Legacy, Mistakes, News, Personal Brand, Social Learning, Social Media, Tone of Voice, Truth, Twitter, Understanding | Tagged , , , , , , , | 9 Comments

The architecture of learning: methodology and mortar

On the train this morning heading to the airport and i’m struck by the variety of architecture around me in the industrial district: glass, steel and stone arranged into a wide variety of imaginative and often playful designs. They’re not … Continue reading

Posted in Creative, Design, E-Learning, Effectiveness, Engagement, Experience, Instructional Design, Integrity, Learning Design, Learning Methodology | Tagged , , , , | 4 Comments

The languages of learning: manga

Manga is an art-form without taboos, a free flowing comic book style that is unafraid to tackle challenging subjects. Unlike Disney, which is constrained by child friendly certification, manga is free to roam wherever it chooses. It’s stylised, often gritty, … Continue reading

Posted in Aesthetics, Art, Choreography, Comic Book, Communication, Creative, Culture, Integrity, Language, Learning, Manga, Narrative, Performance, Stories, Storytelling | Tagged , , , , , , | 2 Comments

The sum of the parts: ensuring the coherence of the narrative in learning

There’s an odd dichotomy in learning: we experience both the whole and the parts. Each element of the learning, be it a discussion, a video, animation or text, illustration or podcast, each of these things we take in isolation: it … Continue reading

Posted in Challenge, Continuity, Design, E-Learning, Effectiveness, External Coherence, Informal Spaces, Instructional Design, Integrity, Internal Coherence, Learning, Learning Design, Stories, Storytelling | Tagged , , , , , | 1 Comment

Social learning: trust and integrity in a globalised workforce

The mercenary workforce: that was the term that came up yesterday in a seminar on trust and integrity in the global, virtualised workplace. It represented a point in our thinking when we recognised that people feel let down by their … Continue reading

Posted in Authority, Change, Choices, Coaching, Engagement, Global, Integrity, Learning, Social Learning, Trust | Tagged , , , | 5 Comments