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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

ALT Inst Rep report | Assessing pilot ACMALT

ALT Institutional Representative report As a Membership Development Committee member of ALT (now ALT Assembly), back in early 2018 myself and Simon Kear took on […]

Facilitating my teaching philosophy

Teaching philosophies are often on my mind - how others perceive and conduct their roles.  I still feel that teaching is facilitation, but I somewhat […]

Especially for students: This is how you’ll look for a job in 2019 [Dishman] + 2 items re: in-demand skills

This is how you’ll look for a job in 2019 — from linkedin.com by Lydia Dishman Some brand new strategies and time-tested traditions dictate the way […]

For a next gen learning platform: A Netflix-like interface to check out potential functionalities / educationally-related “apps” [Christian]

From DSC: In a next generation learning system, it would be sharp/beneficial to have a Netflix-like interface to check out potential functionalities that you could […]

Creating rapid eLearning activities (H5P)

As I have used H5P in previous roles over a number of years in creating blended and distance eLearning materials, I highly recommend it to […]

Learning Engineering and the need for “Learning Engineers”

From DSC: From Mary Grush’s recent article re: Learning Engineering, I learned that back in the late 1960’s, Herbert Simon believed there would be value […]

Christensen Institute: Now’s the time for a makeover in college accreditation [Schaffhauser]

Christensen Institute: Now’s the time for a makeover in college accreditation — from campustechnology.com by Dian Schaffhauser Excerpt: As authors Alana Dunagan and Michael Horn noted, […]

How is learning technology evolving?

Oh no, I'm getting all scientific again.  Big question for a Friday hey.  This is just a bit of a mind dump on some thoughts […]

Tech Trends 2019 [Deloitte Insights]

    Emerging technology trends can seem both elusive and ephemeral, but some become integral to business and IT strategies—and form the backbone of tomorrow’s […]

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