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Q&A with Saul Carliner

Ein eigenartiges, aber vielleicht gerade deswegen interessantes Interview, in dem ein „e-learning-Veteran“ einen – und ich glaube, ohne es zu wollen! – nüchternen Blick auf gegenwärtige und zukünftige Trends wirft:

„I follow predictions about the next big things in online teaching. One guru says games are “it” and that all training must happen through games. Another declares that simulations must become the dominant teaching paradigm online. Although I believe games and simulations will become more prevalent online, I don’t expect them to become a dominant part of e-learning. Similarly, I keep hearing that blogs and groupware are the future. Though these technologies makes communication easy, we must remember that there’s still just 24 hours in a day. People may not have time to check all these messages if they want to maintain the rest of their lives.“ (via elearningpost)
Lisa Neal, eLearn Magazine, Juni 2004
[Kategorien: e-learning]