As it’s the beginning of June and thus half the year went by already (as always I feel that January was just a short moment ago) but there is another six months to go before we’ll wrap-up 2011, I thought that today I’d give you some updates and reflections on my work and tell you about the progress of some of the projects.
In my own perception I felt, it would be relatively easy to get an overview on what I’m doing but thanks to the constant exchange with you guys in the comments on kirstenwinkler.com via email or also Skype I learned that there has sometimes been confusion and that is my job to give this whole thing a bit more of a structure, so that you’ll be able to follow the parts of my work you’re particularly interested in more easily.
In part 2 of my KWestions series with startups in the flashcard learning space I covered a service called Memrise.
Memrise is a UK-based startup which has a clear focus on a more scientific approach of helping people to learn, or as they say on their website
At Memrise, we’re integrating everything we know about the art and science of memory to help you learn faster.
One of my resolutions for this year is to create more videos and therefore I decided to reboot my KWVlog today. The general plan is to talk once or twice a week about what I’ve learned from my EDUKWEST interviews, blog posts and other talks.
So lets start with a recap of my latest EDUKWEST interview with Aaron Harris, co-founder and CEO of Tutorspree.
To let the year wind down I would like to say a couple of words in order to thank you, my readers and subscribers, for your support and encouragement throughout 2010.
This year has been a big step in my personal career as I was able to realize some personal goals and new projects like the reflect:ed newsletter, I did more consulting on educational projects as well as going on with my altruistic Deutsch Happen project on Youtube and taking the blog and the EDUKWEST interviews to a new level.
I’m grateful to have met many new inspiring people and was fortunate enough to collaborate with some you.
Yesterday, I sent out the first edition of my new monthly newsletter reflect:ed to my subscribers and I want to take the time to say thank you to all of you for the support!
If you did not subscribe yet and therefore missed this one, don’t worry, I also offer an individual download of every edition.
Below you will find a little teaser of the current newsletter on Facebook and Education 2.0 and the link to purchase and download reflect:ed #1 of November 2010.
This time I had questions for Olivia Khalili, Founder of CauseCapitalism.com. Cause Capitalism or more widely known as Social Good became more and more popular in the past years and today it seems like every second company I come across has a social mission embedded in its strategy.
As Olivia is one of the thought leaders in the social good space and as she is consulting companies on social good I asked her some KWestions.
Today I’d like to announce a new addition to my activities aiming at distinct readers of this blog.
On November 30th I will send out my first reflect:ed newsletter, made for startup founders and executives in education 2.0, investors interested in this growing market as well as independent educators who want to keep themselves up to date and receive in depth information and analysis on where our emerging field is evolving as a market.
The subscription to reflect:ed is priced at $4.99/month and you can simply pay via PayPal.