Content-type: text/html ~ Stephen's Web ~ Rob Reynolds

Stephen Downes

Knowledge, Learning, Community

Author Record: Rob Reynolds

Information about one of the authors cited in the OLDaily newsletter

Writes about

Recent Posts

Where Has All the Learning Gone?
Who Realy Owns General Education Content (or Can Any Gen Ed Title Really Be Unique)?
Protestant Majority Slips: A Sign of Things to Come in the LMS Wars
The Ideal Publisher's Digital Content Package for 2005-2006? -- A Portable Learning Environment
Create vs. Build -- Publishers and Their LMS Dilemma
Of Course the Curriculum Will Be Free -- It Always Has Been
I Believe the Curriculum Will Be Free, But...
Manifesto for a Free Curriculum
Concrete Steps for a Free Curriculum
Next is Now
Technology Trends for the New Year
Parables on Learning -- The Basic Principles
Parables on Learning -- The Basic Principles
Parables on Learning -- The Basic Principles
The Relevance of Textbooks
Five Laws of Product Development for Education in the 21st Century
Weekly Research Index | April 23, 2010
Mobile Trends, E-books, and the Web
Nine Important Trends in the Evolution of Digital Textbooks and E-learning Content
News Consumption, RSS Readers, and New Business Models
Tablets Are the New Black for Digital Textbooks
Students Use of Facebook and YouTube: BOTW Jan 24-28
Digital Textbooks Reaching the Tipping Point in the U.S. Higher Education - A Revised Five-Year Projection
Two LMS Roads Diverged in a Wood
Are Things Really Broken or Is This How Change Really Feels?
Re-coding the Curriculum and Our Learning Content
Five Trends to Watch in Educational Technology
The Ultimate Hack: Re-coding Textbooks and Other Learning Content (Introduction)
What the Microsoft Investment in Barnes & Noble Means for E-textbooks

Stephen Downes Stephen Downes, Casselman, Canada

Copyright 2024
Last Updated: Jul 14, 2024 4:21 p.m.

Canadian Flag Creative Commons License.