Supporting a network of knowledge observers
Speed up the development of wisdom in persons, organizations, communities, and the public. Organize knowledge using multidimensional modes of practice. Identify their richness and develop them naturally, quickly, and reliably.
For stories in Suburban Living, Fuquay-Varian
“Great Story Telling” as always you placed our town in a very positive light. You are one of those residents who help all of us make a difference. Thanks,
- Mayor John Byrne, Fuquay Varina, NC
"I appreciate writers who are thoughtful, conscientious, and purposeful with their stories, and yours were all of that and more."
- Ami Tori, Editor of Suburban Living Magazines
For Teachers, Learners, Modes of Practice: Theory and Methodology for Identifying Knowledge Development:
"Dr. David Dirlam has provided the field of education with a technique for truly understanding the intricate and essential pieces of the learning process. This has been done in a way that is complex, as learning is not a simple process. But the complexity which is presented is an indispensable approach to the development of meaningful and transformative education and the assessment of that learning."
- Catherine M. Wehlburg, Associate Provost for Institutional Effectiveness at Texas Christian University, USA.