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  1. Jul 2021
    1. Open-ended activity often languishes from a lack of completeness

      Unless it's something like learning in general, which is never complete.

  2. Dec 2020
    1. No escape plan was ever devised

      Not for the institutions, nor for students, who have no way to export their learning data (content, connections, relationships with peers, etc.) out of the system in a way that could be integrated into something outside of the institution.

  3. Jul 2020
    1. Motivating Learners

      Trajectory vs. fixed point Idea of play, how do we play with current knowledge/tech? Learners look at how can change what they are doing in order to make it better, constantly looking at change and able to embrace change Find communities of doers in what you are interested in Teach how to join Tinkering brings thought and action together

  4. Apr 2019
  5. Nov 2018
    1. The higher education industry is not yet designing its programming around what has been called the 60-year curriculum,

      what about schools like University of Michigan who are offering LinkedIn Learning to all alumni?

  6. Nov 2016
    1. expected to generate more questions than answers

      I think any good course would do this. The deeper you look, the more there is to see.

    2. lifelong learning skills will serve liberal arts graduates

      Lifelong learning is essential for everyone, not just liberal arts grads. People in healthcare or engineering have to be able to adapt to changing times and technologies just like anyone else.

  7. Jul 2016
    1. Tyton’s Bryant sees LinkedIn, Lynda and Microsoft tapping into continuing and lifelong learning, an arena in which he thinks higher-ed institutions have done poorly.
  8. Jun 2016
    1. the LMS is a platform students will never again use outside of school

      Unless we integrate such a platform in something else.

  9. Mar 2016
    1. Do adults (and which adults) have the resources necessary to pursue learning opportunities?

      An opportunity for library outreach? Public libraries offer access to lifelong learning resources already. Could they go further with offering assistance & promoting advantages?Problem is that their resources are very limited.