On April Fool’s Day of this year, I wrote the following page in the Learnscaping un-book. I meant to be serious.
Coincidence happens. Isaac Newton (1643–1727) and Gottfried Wilhelm Leibnitz (1646–1716) invented calculus at the same time but independently of one another! (wikipedia)
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Last Friday, Tony Karrer blogged about definitions of eLearning, joking about “eLearning (or is it e-Learning?”
In the early days, way back in 1998, it was always e-learning, with the hyphen. SmartForce was the “e-Learning Company” and Cisco’s John Chambers evangelized e-learning.
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