Today i felt i could not postponed anylonger this acknowledgement. He has provided me with the latest reflections on what elearning in current and future could/should be, pointing me to other peoples work, new tools that are being tested and old tools that were thought to be for personal communication use (like blogs). And all of this arrives once, sometimes twice a week in such a friendly voice that makes my learning delightfully enjoyable.
"As I've stated previously, elearning is an aggregate industry - it relies on developments in various technology and research fields. For example, tools like blogs, wikis, iPods were not developed for learning. They were developed for communication and content creation/sharing. We simply adopted them for learning purposes. As a result, we misread what's really going on if we don't take time to see what people are using for communication and personal learning." [keep on reading...]