As one of the brightest minds of our time said: change is not constant, it is accelerating.
Truly, organizations today are in constant flux. The increasing pace of change requires to understand and quic... Read More
AI is supposed to make life easier when it comes to finding information, advice and guidance (IAG) to support individuals and their decision making. Traditionally, IAG has been provided by human careers ad... Read More
Brace yourselves; we are going to dive into a topic that’s long been hard to grasp. European Universities are funded to work together as alliances so that they can offer better digital learning and teachin... Read More
In today's fast-developing world, large-scale international and inter-governmental organisations must ensure that their employees have the necessary skills to perform their duties at the highest possible l... Read More
Eric is a Senior Fellow and Thought Leader on Digital Leadership with the International Center for Leadership in Education (ICLE). Prior to this, he was the award-winning Principal at New Milford High Scho... Read More
Insights into students' diverse needs during crisis circumstances. Education constitutes a fundamental pillar of state advancement. The process of education must remain uninterrupted, irrespective of circu... Read More
After binge-watching episodes of The Great Pottery Throw Down, I decided to learn how to throw pottery on a wheel. I have no prior pottery knowledge, poor hand-eye coordination, and little manual dexterity... Read More
I am the Product Designer for BigBlueButton, an open-source virtual classroom used by millions of users world-wide in billions of minutes of online classes. I’ve had this role for fourteen years and, durin... Read More
It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of Harold Elletson, an esteemed member of the OEB Council for 17 years and former British parliamentarian.
In 2006, Harold joined the OEB Council an... Read More
As I observe my toddler stacking blocks, he starts giggling as the tower he’s building falls. He points to a block and says “azul” and is delighted that he remembers the word for blue in Spanish. Everythin... Read More