Learning Ecosystems

I seek to help people of all ages build their own learning ecosystems -- whether those people are in K-12, higher education, or in the corporate world. I have a strong focus on educational and emerging technologies, and contribute where I can to the solid content that I curate.

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Reflections on “Is Blockchain Ready for Prime Time in Education?” [Skipper]

Is Blockchain Ready for Prime Time in Education? — from er.educause.edu by Wayne Skipper Excerpt: This is not to say that using blockchains to store […]

Note to the ABA and to the legal field, check this out: “India Just Swore in Its First Robot Police Officer” [Robitzski]

India Just Swore in Its First Robot Police Officer — from futurism.com by Dan Robitzski RoboCop, meet KP-Bot. Excerpt: RoboCop India just swore in its […]

Getting smart about the future of AI [MIT Technology Review Insights]

Getting smart about the future of AI — from technologyreview.com by MIT Technology Review Insights Artificial intelligence is a primary driver of possibilities and promise […]

SHIFT HAPPENS 2, 2019: Finding Strong Footing: The Future of Assessment in the Learning-to-Employment Landscape

Excerpt: CONCLUSION This paper has outlined the plethora of new credential types, uses, and modes of delivery. It also has highlighted advancements in assessment. In […]

A changed life and a changed household — Acts 16:26-34

Acts 16:26-34 (NIV) — from BibleGateway.com 26 Suddenly there was such a violent earthquake that the foundations of the prison were shaken. At once all the prison doors […]

Meet @FastCompany’s Most Innovative Companies 2019

  The World’s 50 Most Innovative Companies 2019  

Summary of the #LrnSciChat on 19 February 2019 on Dual Coding in Learning and Teaching.

Summary of the #LrnSciChat on 19 February 2019 on Dual Coding in Learning and Teaching. — from wakelet.com   Dual coding is simply combining verbal […]

For the first time in its history, the Gerber spokesbaby is a child with Down syndrome [Diaz]

For the first time in its history, the Gerber spokesbaby is a child with Down syndrome — from cnn.com by Andrea Diaz Excerpt: (CNN) This […]

Inspiring Leaders | Anthony G. Picciano [virtuallyinspired.org]

Inspiring Leaders | Anthony G. Picciano — from virtuallyinspired.org Co-founder of CUNY Online and founding member of the Online Learning Consortium, shares his insights on […]

Wearable, instant language translation on the go

Instant translation on the go #AI #MachineLearning #voice RT @helene_wpli @BrianRoemmele @jblefevre60 @akwyz @DimitriHommel @alvinfoo @floriansemle @dinisguarda @YuHelenYu @kashthefuturist @MarshaCollier @CurtisSChin @Xbond49 @guzmand @kalydeoo @Ym78200 […]

Acts 10:34-35 (NIV)

Acts 10:34-35 New International Version (NIV) — from biblegateway.com 34 Then Peter began to speak: “I now realize how true it is that God does not show favoritism 35 but accepts […]

Resources for researching doctoral education opportunities [EdDPrograms.org]

The information below is from Deb Molfetta, Outreach Coordinator at EdDPrograms.org EdDPrograms.org helps educators and administrators research doctoral education opportunities. Their organization’s work in education began in 2008 […]

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