Cambridge library installation gives readers control of their sensory space [Schoenbaum]

Cambridge library installation gives readers control of their sensory space — from cambridge.wickedlocal.com by Hannah Schoenbaum Excerpts: A luminous igloo-shaped structure in the front room […]

Memory has some similarities to a Google search algorithm…

“The 10+ best real-world examples of AR” [Marr] + Mondly (your own virtual language learning assistant)

The 10+ best real-world examples of augmented reality — from forbes.com by Bernard Marr Excerpt: Augmented reality (AR) can add value, solve problems and enhance […]

Augmented Reality is the operations system of the future. AR cloud is how we get there. [Koetsier]

Augmented Reality is the operations system of the future. AR cloud is how we get there. — from forbes.com by John Koetsier Excerpt: In the future, […]

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 […]

Scrolling with intention: getting the best return on our online investment:

Are we worried about the time we spend online? Should we take heed of warnings by media reports and popular articles that put the sole […]

How Museums are using Augmented Reality [Coates]

How Museums are using Augmented Reality — from museumnext.com by Charlotte Coates Excerpt: How can museums use augmented reality? There are many possibilities for the […]

Not another ‘Learning Trends 2019’ list – here’s what we really need to do better this year

There’s been a deluge of prediction lists recently, as there always is at this time of the year. ‘Learning trends 2019’… ‘What’s hot in L&D […]

Check out the “Do This, Not That” series to create effective flipped learning [Bergmann]

Per Jon Bergmann: We now know exactly what we need to do to effectively reach every student, so we are kicking off 2019 with a new series to […]

5 Benefits of Virtual Schooling

There are many benefits to attending a virtual high school.  If you or your child are interested in this option, take a look at just […]

Reflections on “Cut the curriculum” [Richardson; K-12 focused]

Cut the curriculum — from willrichardson.com by Will Richardson Excerpt: Here’s an idea: A Minimal Viable Curriculum (MVC). That’s what Christian Talbot over at Basecamp is […]

David Kelly’s Curated L&D Content for the Week of 1/14/19

This week’s curated content includes links exploring the following: A great resource for free stock imagery Why machine learning matters for designers How the right […]

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