tea

Webinars TEA http://web.teaediciones.com/Webinar-TEA.aspx Los Webinars, son una forma fácil y rápida de asistir a un seminario desde cualquier dispositivo que tenga conexión a Internet. Con […]

15 items re: AR, VR, and MR

    Adobe unveils new Microsoft HoloLens and Amazon Alexa integrations — from geekwire.com by Nat Levy         Introducing the AR Landscape […]

Can Virtual Reality “teach” empathy? [Berdik]

Can Virtual Reality “teach” empathy? — from hechingerreport.org by Chris Berdik Immersive VR in the classroom is spreading fast, as teachers take students into other […]

VR First: Democratizing VR/AR Innovation

  Some excerpts of this infographic:      

Excerpts from “A world without work” [Thompson; The Atlantic]

  A world without work — by Derek Thompson; The Atlantic — from July 2015 Excerpts: Youngstown, U.S.A. The end of work is still just […]

Research reveals how reframing can work on others too

When things don’t go quite the way you plan at work, it can undoubtedly be a frustrating time, with this frustration increasingly so if your […]

Utilizing Psychology in Instructional Design

In my previous post , I briefly introduced the different types of learning, both primary and secondary, and explained how each learning style can be […]

Why we notice bad behavior in our own clique

I wrote recently about the various political machinations at work, and how you might continue to derive success despite being outside of the various cliques […]

This slew of articles shows why there’s an enormous need for morals & ethics these days; and the need to pause for some serious reflection [Ethics, Part XV]

Artificial Intelligence Ethics, Jobs & Trust – UK Government Sets Out AI future — from cbronline.com by Ellie Burns Excerpt: UK government is driving the […]

David Kelly’s Curated Content for the Week of 10/31/16

I read through a number of articles and blog posts each day, and every Monday I curate a few of my favorites for members of […]

The speakers/topics for the upcoming 2017 Calvin College’s January Series

  The speakers — and the topics that they’ll be discussing — for the 2017 January Series have been announced.  As you can see, very […]

Interactive websites can impose a cognitive burden on users

The web has certainly become more powerful with developers able to provide users with a range of novel and interactive features.  Whilst it can be […]

LOAD MORE