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Welcome to the Strategic Management of Technology Learning Network

Most Popular Learning Packets

Politeness Theory

Politiness Theory

Politeness theory describes how speakers and addressees communicate with each other to retain politeness while achieving their respective communication goals. Civility is a key element in the ability to sustain effective communication

Paul Elder Critical Thinking Model

Paul Elder Critical Thinking

The Paul Elder Critical thinking Framework is another attempt to help us process information better by providing structure to our thinking.

Ritual Communication

Ritual Model of Communication

A ritual view of communication suggests we communicate not just to pass information, but more importantly, as a way to maintain our communities. The Ritual Model of Communication suggests that connecting with others is more important than what we might connect about.

Girl Driving

Constitutive Model of Communication

To take a constitutive view of communication means to presume that communication, or interaction, is a process of meaning creation or social construction. 

Claude Shannon with Maze

The Transmission Model of Communication

Description of the Shannon Transmission model of communication developed in 1949. Shannon is the Father of the Information Age.  And one of my favorite people in history along with Alan Turing and Michael Faraday.

benjamin franklin Printing

History of the Printing Press

Learning about the History of the Printing Press is important because it can help us predict what is going to happen with the Internet. They are similar in that they both created more information by orders of magnitude.

Giving Feedback

Giving Feedback

Providing Feedback is a fundamental force in Communication. This lesson suggests three things to do before giving feedback: assess the quality of your relationship, diagnose the situation and clarify your motives, make sure there is clear agreement about goals, roles, and expectations.

Library Learning

21st Century Learning Styles

This lesson suggests that the most important 21st Century Learning Style to emerge is a “Network-of-Teams.” The 21st Century offers more opportunities to embrace more learning styles than ever before.

A Unique 21st Century Approach to Learning and Teaching

Lifelong & Personalized Learning

Classes have no end date.  Once enrolled in a class, you stay enrolled for your lifetime, you can always go back and refresh your learning or see what is new on the topic.  Also, you are provided a “Personal Dashboard” that changes as the class is updated or your learning needs change.

Educational Blockchains

We use A-Keys and Blockchains to help ensure the underlying information is verified and your content is protected.  Blockchains contain verifications and the “Authority” of the verifier, allowing the learner to better value information.

Cloud Based Learning Library

We use the latest Artificial Intelligence algorithms to aggregate & curate content from internal & external sources. This creates a powerful real-time repository for all the potential learning available to you.  The Learning Library is personalized for the learner and updated dynamically to deliver the best learning at the best time.


Why Learn With Us?


Your Privacy is Protected Through the Use of A-Keys

Every member of the Learning Network is assigned a secret A-Key.  This helps protect their privacy.

Class Sizes Are Limited

In order to get to know your classmates, classes are kept very small.  But, all classes are linked though the @lantis Learning Network (ALN) so learning is greatly enhanced.

No End Date to Classes

Once you’re enrolled in a class you stay enrolled forever.  This is so you can go back and learn new stuff.  And, this allows you to add your voice to the class by adding content it to make the class better.  Each classes is a mini learning communities.


Classes Based On Your Personal Profile

All your learning is driven by your goals.  

Content Is Protected Through Educational Blockchains

All content in the Library has a “Blockchain” attached.  This protects the content from misuse and adds value to the content.

Why we do it

Reason one

Because we believe there is just too much information for only one person to process. We need each other to share information in ways it benefits us all.

Reason two

Confirmation Bias, Selective Perception, and Motivated Reasoning are things that can bias our thinking. We need everyone with different viewpoints to share what they see, so we can improve our aggregate critical thinking skills.

Reason three

Because we believe education can and should be cheaper.  We want to reduce the net cost to the community to stay current and teach knowledge and wisdom to the next generations.