I have been a big fan of BJ Fogg for going on two years now since I first met him at a conference at Stanford in the summer of 2011. In my opinion, Dr. Fogg's work on behavior change has the ability to significantly impact much of what we know about
I have gotten a lot of great feedback on a blog post I wrote last summer on my person blog, 'I tweet because it simplifies learning.'
In that post I talk about what I call the 3R's of adult learning: recording, reexposure, and redistribution and I talk about how we must
Over the past year I have interviewed well more than 100 clinicians and educators to better understand how they learn, and how they employ what I have come to call the four natural learning actions. These structured conversations have been enlightening - and if you are interested in participating in
I had a great opportunity to skype in to give a brief talk back in June at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) meeting. My topic was on how oncologists are using social media and new technology as an element of their lifelong learning, and I was able to
Below is an excerpt from a letter I recently sent to a friend and mentor.
I hope by sharing it it may inspire others to think through these issues, and hopefully to share their ideas with the community.
We began our conversation with the definition of learning: "Learning is the extraction