For those of you who don’t know how the EID site is managed, I write the pieces and Keith manages the backend by formatting, scheduling, cueing, and maintaining our metadata. We share the responsibility for content marketing. He wants to focus more on the content marketing piece, so we are looking for something to replace his back end duties. We are putting together the official job description, but if you are interested in human factors, ergonomics, product design, user experience, cognitive and behavioral psychology, and so on, let us know and we would be happy to consider you for the position.
I also wanted to mention that Keith does the scheduling because it was up to him which topic to schedule for my birthday last week. He didn’t know it was my birthday, so it wasn’t skewed by that knowledge. My favorite topic of the week came out on Monday, when we had the post on immersive play in education. The day before my birthday. Doh !!!
Then on Tuesday, we had a topic that I have done considerable research and consulting, innovations in reputation management. So I guess I can’t complain.
On Wednesday we had my official article on media literacy, following from my ranting post on this blog the week before. That was also a really good topic. Well, a really bad topic because the general consumer has such lame media literacy. But a good topic for the site.
Then the last day of the week was the post on Boston Attention Learning Lab. They are doing some ground breaking work in another domain that I really love – augmented cognition. If you have trouble focusing, take a gander at what they are working on. It is still early, but who knows.