Tag Archives: Reuben Tozman

Why the words we use matter

I will tell you right now, I’m aggravated. This morning, I read stuff like this: “As more learning occurs online….” “What features of an online learning environment lead to better learning?” I also read some BS article on “Performance Support” … Continue reading

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The Manifesto and Me

Ok…didn’t know I was going to do this, but its happening. I think its happening… I am a ‘trustee’ on the recent eLearning Manifesto put together by four people I deeply respect, along with a list of other trustees that … Continue reading

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SlideJar’s Pivot

As I muck my way through getting SlideJar off the ground, I am learning so much from a handful of seasoned, smart and savvy entrepreneurs that I can honestly say my entire world view has drastically shifted. I can see … Continue reading

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My Brain’s Internet of Things

Somehow, someway, the stuff in my head is connected. They seem like they’re momentarily different things but I know they’re all connected. Lets start with my biggest project and the thing that consumes me day in and day out ‘SlideJar‘. … Continue reading

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A world of PDFs

Imagine that instead of the modern search engine, there was simply a directory of PDF’s. Imagine you thought the value of that directory of PDF’s that contain the world’s knowledgebase as high as, and equivalent to the Google. (Btw – … Continue reading

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Meaningfulness

I may have invented the word, but I’m not that literate to know whether I did or didn’t. Doesn’t matter really…does it? In any case, I have been researching brain physiology as of late because as far as I can … Continue reading

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Applying robotics engineering into instructional design

At DevLearn this year, I gave a session on Advances in Robotics and How They Apply to Learning. I reviewed the participant feedback on the session and although mostly positive there was one main piece of feedback that I got … Continue reading

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Education Reform

Education reform doesn’t just mean  creating a new business model for distributing the same shit we’ve been distributing since time immemorial (looking at you MOOC’s). I’ve long said that ‘corporate education’ will never change as long as the ‘education’ our … Continue reading

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Closing remarks at DevLearn

Here is roughly what I said or wanted to say as closing remarks at this year’s DevLearn: ————————– Its been an absolute thrill for me having chaired this year’s DevLearn. Having been involved in the process, having met all the … Continue reading

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Opening Address at DevLearn

For all those who are interested, here is what I said at the opening general session at DevLearn. Glad the ‘Challenge Speakers’ caught on. At a recent conference, a fellow attendee referred to me as unprofessional and insulting when I … Continue reading

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