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SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 Curing "Good Enough" Syndrome
In yesterday's post I described "good enough" syndrome. This is where we find that we're settling for many things in our lives that are OK, but not great. We are essentially making compromises in areas of our lives where we should be shooting for the stars.
| | PORTALS AND KM
SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 The Hidden Dangers of Overworking
Earlier this week I asked the question: do we needed set work hours. One of the dangers of flexible hours is over-working. Here is some research on the consequences of working too long. Technorati reported on new Avaya research that found 81 per cent of the people survyed have experienced negative consequences as a result of devoting too much time to the business, rather than to other areas of their life.
| | HAROLD JARCHE
SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 Idiots, Networks and Patterns
Tweet Here are some interesting things that were shared via Twitter this past week. SebPaquet ~ “Make something idiot-proof and somebody will make a better idiot.. CharlesJennings ~ “we deliver milk. we facilitate learning. we transfer funds. we help build knowledge. [on 'learning transfer']. StevenBJohnson ~ you can’t have an epiphany with only three neurons - Where Good Ideas Come From [innovation is about networks].
| | INFORMATION LITERACY WEBLOG
SEPTEMBER 16, 2011 Events in Columbia and Missouri
Maryland Information Literacy Exchange (MILEX) holds its fall (autumn) conference on 28 October 2011, at the Loyola Graduate Center, Columbia, MD, USA. The title is: How You Teach is What You Teach: Best Practices in Information Literacy.
INFORMATION LITERACY WEBLOG International Forum on Media and Information Literacy & Fez Declaration
| FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 2011
I should have reported before that an International Forum on Media and Information Literacy (MIL) was held in Fez, Morocco, 15-17 June 2011 through partnership between UNESCO, the Sidi Mohamed Ben Abdellah University (Morocco), the Islamic Education, Scientific and Cultural Organisation (ISESCO), the Arab Bureau of Education for the Golf States (ABEGS) and the United Nations Alliance of Civilizations (UNAOC) and other partners. MORE >>