a>, May 2003.
A Summit for a
Brighter Path, April 2003.
John believes deeply in the linkage between peace, education and wealth
creation. The story of owls is a good
one, April 2003.
Nomination for a Fast 50 Award (late 2002).
of Lee Harris, keynote speaker for Global Learn Day VI, 2002.
The Dots Audio Presentation
the Pearly Gates
Global Learn Day - A Virtual Voyage of
Discovery, from Converge Magazine
A Voyage to the
New World of Distance Education and All of Its Opportunities
For other presentations, contact John directly:
Presentation at the North America Web-based Learning Conference
(NAWeb02), University of New Brunswick, October, 2002.
Presentations, March 2002, Melbourne, Australia.
John Hibbs on Ben Franklin:
"I'm an ardent fan of Benjamin Franklin, for ten thousand reasons. We
will be committing heavy resources to help ensure that Ben enjoys the
world's largest, longest running birthday party.
to find what Ben, Lance Armstrong, Jackie Kennedy and
G.I. Joe had in common. And why Franklin's 300th birthday celebration
is so important. Download this
text as a formatted document with illustrations.
"Click here to read Way to Wealth
-- and learn why Franklin's
publication is second in circulation only to the Bible. And why his
portrait is on America's one hundred dollar bill." You can also read it
as a webpage at this
Want to meet the "living" Ben Franklin?. Check out Ralph Archbold.
How important is Google? Click here to
find out what Tom Friedman has to say. Why? Because we will soon be
unfolding plans for those who wish to acquire skills needed in a
John Hibbs writes: This is a serious paper about blogging with a
focus on its use in higher education. Highly recommended.
The Second Superpower, by Dr. James Moore, a Harvard Fellow, is must
reading for those who wish to have a better understanding of a powerful
revolution now well underway. Novel ways to distribute learning is a
large part of that revolution.
response to Dr. Moore's Second Superpower.
Want a great book? No book has affected me quite so much as Stuart
Brand's Clock of the Long Now. Stuart argues that the planet is doomed
unless its leaders think intergenerationally. His project to build a
clock that lasts 10,000 years is designed to cause such thinking. Visit
John's one page résumé in Acrobat format is available here.
John can be reached by email at: John Hibbs