Jay Cross, Internet Time Blog, Mar 17, 2003
Commentary by Stephen Downes

There's not a lot of in-depth content in this weblog entry, but it will (probably) add a new word to your vocabulary and it roughly expresses a view of e-learning similar to mine, so there you go (also, it's a slow news day - people seem to have other things on their minds, me included). I like especially Jay Cross's take: " Focusing on the learner was a major contribution of first-wave eLearning. Focusing on the learner as worker can make things a little better. Focusing on the learner and his or her colleagues, that's where we'll get breakaway performance."
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