Archives for July 2007

Tool selection

I will NOT use DeepaMehta as my main notes tool. After long attempts I ended up without the integration of text and visual connections that I had dreamt of, with Wordpress for the text portion and manually synched powerpoint visualizations. And occasionally, as “the cherry on the cake”, I use DeepaMehta, when a category of my private Wordpress has become too populated, to help gaining structure. Read more…

19 July 2007 | Personal Productivity | No Comments

Fine-tuned think-tools

If a think tool is supposed to help with the very early stage of arranging one’s thoughts and notes, there are very subtle effects becoming very relevant. I experimented with a tool that uniquely integrates text and visual connections. Read more…

19 July 2007 | Personal Productivity | No Comments

Learning styles called rubbish

C. Quinn and H. Jarche have one word on learning styles: “rubbish”. I do NOT agree. Style is often confused with ability, and teachers and researchers don’t admit to themselves that they also belong to one or another style. Read more…

2 July 2007 | Cognitive Styles | 4 Comments

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