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Hello! Welcome to the LifeLongLearning Lab! I am an avid learner with an insatiable curiosity and interest in pretty much everything. As a professional in the learning and organizational development industry, I help individuals and organizations use technology and best practices to achieve their goals.

I believe that to really learn and understand we have to try things out for ourselves. Living out new ideas makes them our own so we can improve what we do and how we live.

Ralph and Friedrich sum it up best:

“All life is an experiment. The more experiments you make the better.” 
– Ralph Waldo Emerson

“A thinker sees his own actions as experiments and questions–as attempts to find out something. Success and failure are for him answers above all.”
– Friedrich Nietzsche

This blog is a space for ongoing learning—both mine and yours—as we observe the world around us and try out new ideas in learning.
Technology and global changes are transforming our world at a mind-boggling pace. What does this mean for our futures? How can we leverage technology to improve our world?  How can we adapt and change and keep up? How can we learn and improve our lives everyday? These are the kinds of questions we’ll consider here. 

So, please join me in the lab and experiment along with me, share your results—both the successes and the failures, and tell me about your experiments and learning. Together, we can gain new knowledge, come to better understanding, and achieve things that may seem unimaginable today.

So what should I do first?
Please take a look around, find some posts that interest you. Then add to the conversation by leaving a comment. To leave a comment:

  1. Click the comment link under the post title. If there are no comments, the link will say add a comment. If there are comments, the link will show the number of comments, e.g., 4 comments.
  2. Type your comment in the message textbox.
  3. Then click the say it! Button.

If you have any questions or comments, feel free to e-mail me.

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1. Visual Thinking Solves Problems | Thinkspiration™ The Inspiration® Software Blog - October 19, 2010

[…] inconsistencies, irrelevant information and gaps in thinking. Like Senior Instructional Designer Claudia Escribano, who works in learning and organizational development theory, says on her LifeLongLearningLab blog, […]


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