Monthly Archives: January 2011

The 80:20 Cubed Rule

Tech┬áTrainers and teachers who are technology innovators must make a large investment of time and energy to get appropriate technology into regular use. This is the “80:20 cubed rule”. Professional reading about a wide variety of technology. Further research into … Continue reading

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Investing in learning a technology

There appears to be some sort of mathematical relationship between the amount of time (and money) a person spends learning a particular technology and the likelihood of that technology being integrated into their daily routines. It would seem that one … Continue reading

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ePresence

The term ‘ePresence’ refers to the online activities and resources of an individual that are used for personal and professional communication, organization and learning. The ePresence of teachers at international schools could include: a homepage with newsfeeds; four email addresses … Continue reading

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Murphy’s Laws of Technology #5

Users never read instructions.

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Murphy’s Laws of Technology #4

Printers only work when you are not in a hurry.

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Murphy’s Laws of Technology #3

Any system is only as good as the person using it.

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Murphy’s Laws of Technology #2

When in doubt, click something.

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