Vancouver and the North Shore mountains

My photo’s a bit of a cheat as it was taken in 2009, and it’s going to rain in Vancouver on Christmas Day this year, but this captures the spirit of Christmas (and Vancouver) better than dark clouds.

I wish all the readers of this blog a wonderful holiday season and a great 2012, with many exciting online and e-learning developments to come.

We are all living and working in times of great change, and I think we will see major shifts of thinking in institutional leadership in 2012 that will result in a better appreciation of all the great work you are doing to bring about a modern higher education system.

I’d like to thank you all for taking the time to read my posts, and especially those who have commented and responded to the posts. It is truly a privilege to have access to and be read by so many enthusiastic and dedicated e-learning professionals, and I thank you sincerely.

Look out for my outlook for 2012, which will appear on January 2, if not before. This year I am focusing on what I think should happen in 2012, as well as what I think will happen.

In the meantime, have fun and enjoy!



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