- @landryst Reminds me of the Health Care Nation scenario: bryanalexander.org/2014/08/05/one… @DennisG_Shea @spencermalloy @pumpkiny @ricetopher 8 hours ago
- @DennisG_Shea How does that compare w/publics? @landryst @spencermalloy @pumpkiny @ricetopher 8 hours ago
- @DennisG_Shea Very nice. People usually miss net (actually paid) tuition. @landryst @spencermalloy @pumpkiny @ricetopher 8 hours ago
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Today I’m launching a sustainability experiment with the Future Trends in Technology and Education report. Several months ago I surveyed FTTE readers on a number of issues, including how best to sustain the report. It takes me a number of … Continue reading
One hour, many networks: I seeded yesterday’s declaration across my footholds in social media. Updates to Twitter, Facebook, Google+, LinkedIn, and App.net pointed to that blog post. I also used the old-fashioned email network to share the news. And the response … Continue reading
This summer I’m offering another instance of my NITLE Shared Practice Leadership Program on MOOCs, Online Learning, and Campus Strategy. It’s an online program for a small group (fewer than twelve) of people working in higher education. The topic is how … Continue reading
Thank you to EdTech, which just named this site as one of the year’s 50 Must-Read Higher Education Technology Blogs. It’s excellent to be in such fine company, especially since this blog is so young.
Just added: a page on the professional services I provide. This includes information about speaking, consulting, facilitation, and more.
This tweet made my day: “@BryanAlexander, who was, I think, born in 2145″ – best compliment a futurist could receive.