Monthly Archives: December 2010

Imagine if Plato or Socrates had access to tools like this…


One question I ask myself when appraising a new knowledge/information/collaboration tool is ‘What would Plato, Socrates or other great seekers of the truth through dialogue and understanding make of this and what might they do with it…?’ I have experienced … Continue reading

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What I Learned About Immersive Learning in 2010


Outcomes of my exploration, experimentation and analysis of 3D immersive experiences with respect to learning include: – an understanding that it is the *immersion* that is important. – ‘immersion’ is not dependent on the number of spacial dimension involved. – … Continue reading

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