What’s the problem of education?

Before I start, I would like to clarify that this post follows a very different line with regard to my usual style. If I’m not wrong, this is the first think piece that I write on the blog and let … Read More

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e-volving. From e-learning to m-learning

This is a translation by Snackson of a post originally written in Spanish by Jordi Pizarro, who published it at designtraining.cat.   The logical evolution of learning processes involves, inevitably, technology and it’s like this no matter what, it involves finding methodological … Read More

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E-learning, Ned Stark & microlearning

Some days ago, talking with an instructional designer about learning, he showed me Glasser’s learning pyramid again and I couldn’t help but explain a couple of things.     The first one is that, if what Glasser states is true, … Read More

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M-learning: the future that soon will be our present

This is a translation by Snackson of a post originally written in Spanish by Jordi Pizarro, who published it at designtraining.cat.   Our world is in constant progress and it won’t stop, and even though the educational purpose of training keeps being … Read More

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New executive roles in the Digital Era – Infographics

Digital innovation and technology have changed and keep changing practically the whole business sector, not only within a company but also at the level of the client, it is inescapable to acquire and develop knowledge and digital skills of the … Read More

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Learning Objects – Characteristics and granularity

Some days ago we wrote about Learning Objects (LO) yand we told that soon we would talk about their characteristics. Well, here we are with the ones that are considered as more important. According to Polsani (2003) they are: accessibility, … Read More

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Learning Objects (LO)

Their appearance dates back to the 1970s in the Latin American countries. They have been spreading all over the world through the years until they adopted their identity, which was conferred by Wayne Hodgins (1992), who developed the concept around … Read More

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The RE-EVOLUTION: Mobile learning

This is a translation by Snackson of a post originally written in Spanish by Jordi Pizarro, who published it at designtraining.cat.   Almost a year ago I wrote a post about the evolution of e-learning towards m-learning and a couple of days … Read More

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Gamification: press start!

On 28th January we had the pleasure of participating in the meeting “¡La gamificación no es un juego de niños!” (Gamification is not a kid’s game!, in English) by Grupo Talentum and organized by Fundació Factor Humà. Miguel Ángel, Snackson’s CEO, … Read More

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The origin of Snackson’s name

In the last events we’ve attended, we have been asked a common question: Why Snackson? The origin of Snackson’s name They weren’t talking about the advantages of our microlearning service but to the meaning of its name. Now is the … Read More

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