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Back to the Future

Children learn to use the telephone. Image: ITN Source archive footage If you have watched the OEB 2014 Trailer you may have been intrigued by some of the archive clips we used. We had a fascinating time lo... Read More

The robo-readers are coming

Image: Quinn Dombrowski They cannot ‘know’ students, think outside the box or reward creativity or innovation. Their feedback is pragmatic, standardised and – some would say – soulless.   Despite this, according to recent studies, students would... Read More

Transforming training in a large organisation

With over 55,000 employees and 5.4 billion pieces of mail delivered each year, Correos is the largest postal service in Spain. Like many in the global postal sector, the company has undergone massive changes in recent years. New trends in e-commerce and changi... Read More
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Learning to drive lifelong success

McKinsey and Company’s Global Chief Learning Officer Dr Nick van Dam Organisations around the world are experiencing sweeping, rapid changes in what they do, how they do it and even why they do it.  Masteri... Read More
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What do we want? Web literacy, now!

Mozilla's Open Badges Is the web of the future a weird and wild place, chaotic and slightly frightening; or is it a happier place where strangers collaborate to teach and learn from one another? A bit of both, says the Mozilla Foundation’s Mark Surman, whe... Read More
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What’s the media got to do with education?

When I decided to register for the Deutsche Welle Global Media Forum 2014, I did so with slight apprehension. The theme, “From Information to Participation: Challenges for the Media”, sounded interesting – espe... Read More