Educause Video about MOOCs

Apple sits comfortably at the intersection of art and technology. It’s not a forced strategy. It’s part of their DNA. This ad illustrates that point so well.


Apple sits comfortably at the intersection of art and technology. It’s not a forced strategy. It’s part of their DNA. This ad illustrates that point so well.


This is a nice take on how to think in innovative ways. It starts by setting aside what you know (or think you know) and seeing things with fresh eyes.

How are entrepreneurs able to create new companies and inventors capable of bringing new products to market? It’s because they avoid accepting the way things are in their industry and instead see what might be. It’s because they have shoshin, buy or, side effects "beginner’s mind."

via How Your Own Expertise Is Holding You Back | Fast Company | Business + Innovation.

Apple sits comfortably at the intersection of art and technology. It’s not a forced strategy. It’s part of their DNA. This ad illustrates that point so well.


This is a nice take on how to think in innovative ways. It starts by setting aside what you know (or think you know) and seeing things with fresh eyes.

How are entrepreneurs able to create new companies and inventors capable of bringing new products to market? It’s because they avoid accepting the way things are in their industry and instead see what might be. It’s because they have shoshin, buy or, side effects "beginner’s mind."

via How Your Own Expertise Is Holding You Back | Fast Company | Business + Innovation.

Educause is an international organization that connects information technology professionals in education. In February, sick I was at an Educause conference focused on teaching and learning and they asked to interview me about my thoughts on MOOCs. That a clip of that recording is going to be a part of a free online webinar on July 30-August 1 about the ways that IT is shaping education. The middle day will focus on teaching and learning topics, rehabilitation so I’ll try to catch that session.

Here is the video. It’s under 4 minutes. I make a short appearance around the 2:02 mark.

MOOCs and Beyond from EDUCAUSE on Vimeo.

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