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Stephen Downes

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Serious eLearning Manifesto
Learning Solutions
Upside Learning Blog

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Recent Posts

Kirkpatrick Model Good or Bad? The Epic Mega Battle!
Reconciling two worlds
eLearning Guild Keynote: John Patrick
How do you systematically design learning experiences that effectively engage the learner?
Different Learners, Same Learning
Elearning, By Any Other Name...
(New) Monday Broken ID Series: Objectives
Thinking through performing and learning
Rethinking Learning Styles
Publish or Perish: Educational Content at a Crossroads
The Performance Environment
Labeling Games
The 'Least Assistance' Principle
Interactive Information Design
Game Development Tools
Consciousness and non-linearity
Social and Semantic Web
Interactivity & Mobile Development
Rethinking e-Learning
Shifting perspectives
Sage at the Side
Michio Kaku Keynote Mindmap
Sage at the Side
HyperCard reflections #hypercard25th
Learning There
Experience, the API
The Cognitive Science Behind Learning
Learning’s Role in Innovation
Designing Microlearning
Revisiting 70:20:10
Drink your own champagne?
The Manifesto
Content systems not content packages
Two learning engineerings?
Getting Wiser
Practicing the Preach
In Defense of Cognitive Psychology
What is wrong with (higher) education?
How to be an elearning expert
The case for model answers (and a rubric)
My ‘Man on the Moon’ Project
Concept Maps and Learning
Meta-ethics of learning design
Relevant and anchored
Experts and Explanations
Critical ID/LXD Differences?
Myth Persistence
Misusing affordances?
Vale Roger Schank - Learnlets
Curriculimb - Learnlets
A placebo effect?
Two steps for L&D - Learnlets
Case Study: Effective Branching Scenarios for Training
For 'normals' - Learnlets

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