The next normal arrives: Trends that will define 2021—and beyond [McKinsey’s Sneader & Singhal]

The next normal arrives: Trends that will define 2021—and beyond — from mckinsey.com by Kevin Sneader & Shubham Singhal Excerpts: The next normal is going […]

The 12/31/20 EIEIO from Michael Moe

The 12/31/20 EIEIO from Michael Moe  Excerpts: The 10 Megatrends Shaping Our World Knowledge Economy Global Silicon Valley  Digitization Smart Everything HomeWork The Office has […]

DC: Should more professors, teachers, staff members, & trainers be on Substack?

From DSC: After seeing the following two items, I wondered…should more professors, teachers, and staff members be on Substack? Heather Cox Richardson Offers a Break […]

Online Education Isn’t the Sideshow. It’s the Main Event. [Paucek]

Online Education Isn’t the Sideshow. It’s the Main Event. — from edsurge.com by Chip Paucek Excerpt: Over the course of 2020, there has been plenty […]

Reflections on “A Nation’s Economy Divided: Breadlines vs Bread Makers” [Donnan]

DC: The debt from obtaining a degree can last for decades these days. How can institutions of traditional higher education be part of the solution […]

The Year TV Leaped Into The Future [Roettgers]

The Year TV Leaped Into The Future — from protocol.com by Janko Roettgers The lockdowns this year have transformed our homes into offices, schools, concert […]

A ‘Great Cultural Depression’ Looms for Legions of Unemployed Performers [nytimes.com]

A ‘Great Cultural Depression’ Looms for Legions of Unemployed Performers — from nytimes.com With theaters and concert halls shuttered, unemployment in the arts has cut deeper […]

An illustrative article that relays some of the changes occurring in our learning ecosystems: “Hiring Trends for 2021 for Digital Learning” [teamedforlearning.com]

Hiring Trends for 2021 for Digital Learning — from teamedforlearning.com Excerpt: …the demand for digital learning experts is growing across industries. As more schools, colleges, […]

5 things we’ve learned about virtual school in 2020 [Kamenetz]

5 things we’ve learned about virtual school in 2020 — from npr.org by Anya Kamenetz Excerpts: The digital divide is still big and complex. Relationships […]

The state of AI in 2020 [McKinsey & Company]

From DSC: I saw this item out at: AI is delivering a growing share of earnings, says McKinsey — from which-50.com by Andrew Birmingham Excerpt: […]

So how might this impact the learning ecosystems out there? [Christian]

DC: So how might this impact the learning ecosystems out there?https://t.co/tMl5ouSX1x#learningecosystems #learningfromthelivingclassroom #careers #careerdevelopment #education #highereducation #change — Daniel Christian (he/him/his) (@dchristian5) November 25, 2020

4 items that that involve learning pods & show some of the changes occurring in our learning ecosystems

Students meet in Austin churches for free, virtual learning pods during pandemic   Ann Arbor church transformed into schoolhouse so immigrant children don’t fall behind […]

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