The Century of the Brain and Computing Part 8: Globespeak

Language and culture is closely related. In the globalised culture of the web especially younger people is using universal chat and sms-codes to communicate. The effects of this linguistic boom and the speed in the development of communication lead to changes in the English language. Globespeak and language gap Learning …

The Century of the Brain and Computing Part 7: Language

The web is today the primary source of communication for contacts over national borders. Linguistic walls that could be an obstacle are teared down with imagery as well as English, lingua franca of the new age. However, this development shows several linguistic gaps, both qualitative, generation-related as well as the …

The Century of the Brain and Computing Part 4: Motivation

Decrease the amount of distractions, individually adapt the course’s content and pedagogical method, and stimulate curiosity and problem solving skills. This is some of the building-blocs to a motivating brain-adapted learning environment according to seven brain-scientists that was interviewed in the daily paper Dagens Nyheter May 15, 2011. They also …

From Starwars to Edutopia – George Lucas on Education

The visionary that puts eLearning on the top of the agenda Abstract concepts and isolation is education’s worst enemy, says George Lucas, the producer of the Starwars-movies, one the movie-history’s greatest successes. Lucas profound commitment for educational issues is not that commonly known. We work with computers; we work with film, …

A developer’s dilemma: developing history for the future

Developer’s dilemma The difficulty with a puzzle is to find the right piece and place it right, with the goal that a comprehensive picture will emerge for the viewer. This has significant similarities with the development of an eLearning-course. Lots of different pieces can be used, both external and internal …