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How Google Glass Can Impact Education

If you are wondering if Google Glass can ever make the jump from the “nerd” tag into the mass market, here is an inspirational infographic. Srinivas Krishnaswamy Advertisements

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Disruption in Online Learning and Everything Else

Clayton Christensen explains why disruption in online learning is a reality now. He talks about MOOCs, on-the-job learning, threats facing universities and organizations (specifically, he wants all of us to pray for Harvard Business School and Apple :)), internationalization of

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Gamification of Education: 3D GameLab

I am delighted to re-post a blog from on 3D GameLab. Sify is proud of its contribution to get this platform up and running. There is something fascinating going on at Boise State University and specifically the Department of Educational

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Posted in Game based Learning

Learning from Sesame Street – The Stickiness Factor

Continuing from my earlier post on the Tipping Point by Malcolm Gladwell, here is an important aspect of training delivery that often gets very little attention – The Stickiness Factor. Sesame Street is a children’s television series created by Joan Ganz Cooney and Lloyd Morrisett. The

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The 20 Mile March: What we can learn from Alice Byrne Elementary School

Reading Great by Choice by Jim Collins and Morten Hansen gives you the same effect Buddha might have felt when he meditated under the Bodhi tree! The book completely demystifies success factors that differentiate great companies from companies that fell

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WARNING: Vacations can ruin your future!

Continuing on my previous post, I am banking on another key insight from Malcolm Gladwell as an inspiration for this post. In his book, Outliers, Gladwell brings out another important insight on the impact vacation has on the performance of

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