In the last post, we discussed how to recommend learning resources, based on the kind of information that MyLK is likely to be gathering anyway. We finished by introducing the idea of a career or learning map, and career paths – not just the formally recognised career paths, but, vitally, less well-known career paths. This… Read More


In the context of formal education, advice can be straightforward: to achieve this qualification, start here, go there, do this, do that. In a highly structured career it might also be straightforward. But when we start to talk about informal learning, it becomes very hard to find anyone able and willing to give reliable relevant… Read More


  MyLK involves recording people’s informal learning, and InLOC is a format for representing structures of learning outcomes. At the start of the project, there was the thought that InLOC might be used in MyLK, but how feasible is this? And what might the significance of an approach like InLOC be for the MyLK project,… Read More


I’ve been involved in many learning technology projects over the last 20 years, so the question naturally comes up, what is this one, MyLK, really about? Is it a reworking of old ideas, or is there something that makes MyLK different? Over a year ago, when I was sought out and kindly invited to join… Read More