Tag Archives: People

Not Worth The Paper It’s Written On? Contracts And Trust

I’ve been quite surprised by the level of interest in the work around the Landscape Of Trust. I’ve certainly benefited greatly from the support and ideas around the methodology and approach, as well as the input of different perspectives on … Continue reading

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Why houses alone don’t make a community

Interesting programme on the radio as i was driving today: there is some discussion at the moment about the demolition of thirty year old housing estates. Many of these places have become dysfunctional: litter strew no-go areas, poorly maintained and … Continue reading

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Understanding the Triumvirate of Mobile Learning

Mobile learning is about much more than just technology: it’s about a mindset, about a relationship between ‘people‘, ‘technology‘ and ‘subject‘ and how we maintain a balance between the three of them. ‘People‘ are our audience and we have to … Continue reading

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Mobile Learning: day four – the triumvirate of mobile learning

Working all through this week on my new book on ‘mobile learning’. I’m sharing some sections as they are completed. Having covered the technology and the emergence of ‘mobile’ as a learning channel, today i am working on the triumvirate … Continue reading

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