Tag: humor

humour: the time it worked for me in learning #1

One aspect of using humour and light-heartedness in eLearning, especially in a global setting, is humour may not translate. Humour founded in idioms or cultural knowledge may fall flat on its face. Indeed, even within a culture or group, humour is very subjective. And… Continue Reading “humour: the time it worked for me in learning #1”

A new chapter: thinking about opeNness, networking and humour in our learning community

Catchy title, huh? Like many other places and events in life this blog had a 2020 hiatus. A quick report is all is well here with me and I hope it is with you too. During the summer I finished the third module of… Continue Reading “A new chapter: thinking about opeNness, networking and humour in our learning community”