Author Archives: Stella
One slide explain it all about the important of open access: OLDaily: Making ‘Research in Learning Technology’ Open Access via OLDaily: Making ‘Research in Learning Technology’ Open Access.
I have been developing an ontology for self-regulated learning (SRL) theory for e-learning. It is part of a research paper I am working on, so I thought I would share it here as a work-in-progress. System initiated – SRL activities … Continue reading
So I have more thoughts I want to put into draft form about meta-learning. The idea behind meta-learning: learning is a skill one can improve Meta-learning focuses on the process of learning – how to help individuals learn how to … Continue reading
Recently BMW Group is working on augmented reality windshield displays. I think this is a really cool idea and finally we are seeing more use of augmented reality(AR) technology integrated for commercial and practical use. I can’t help but think … Continue reading
A sad day for me and a sad day for the world of innovators, creators and dreamers. Here are a few of my favorite tributes, quotes, speeches and write-ups about Steve and by Steve: A collection of 60 inspirational Steve … Continue reading
Lately, I have been thinking a lot about meta-learning. The idea of meta-learning came from Donald B. Maudsley (1979) in the field of social psychology. Maudsley described meta-learning as “the process by which learners become aware of and increasingly in … Continue reading
I like to dedicate this to some of my friends in Montreal. They all contributed to making my time there so memorable.Thanks!
One of my favorite hang out spot is the Jean-Talon Market and the surrounding area. Good food, diverse neighborhood and good people watching in general. I am drawn to all the colors and the movement of the market. Excellent location … Continue reading
There is no lacking of ice cream parlor or gelato places in Montreal. One of my favorite is just round the corner from the Visual Arts Centre where I take my class. It is called Le Bilboquet on Sherbrooke Street, … Continue reading