Clive Shepherd
  • 65, Male
  • Brighton
  • United Kingdom
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Job role
Consultant
Organisation
Fastrak Consulting, Onlignment, eLearning Network
About me:
I am an independent consultant specialising in e- and blended learning. I operate through my own company, Fatsrak Consulting, plus I am currently Chair of the eLearning Network and a director of Onlignment Ltd.
Size of organisation (employees)
<20
Areas of professional interest
Blended learning, Content authoring and design, Gaming and simulations for learning, Learning management systems and methods, Mobile learning, Organisational learning, Performance support technologies and methods, Virtual classrooms, Social Media and learning
Sector
IT Industry

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Architects for learning

Posted on June 13, 2011 at 9:32 0 Comments

Architects as we usually know them

An architect is someone who creates the plans from which others build.

An architect of buildings designs environments for living. Only rarely will they be designing an environment in which they themselves will be living. More typically they will be responding to a very specific brief that reflects very particular requirements. Before they put pen to paper, the architect simply has to know the following:

  • What type of building is…
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Is less more?

Posted on January 24, 2009 at 18:37 0 Comments

The Economist ran an interesting article recently on technology in the recession, called 'Less is Moore'. It questions the continuing relevance of Moore's Law, which boils down to the following:



The cost of a given amount of computing power falls by half roughly every 18 months; so the amount of computing power available at a particular price doubles over the same period.



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