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Category Archives: interviews
I was interviewed about the future of education a couple of weeks ago. Mostly I brood over mobile and MOOCs. There’s an audio version, too.
Sarah “Intellagirl” Robbins and I discuss gaming for learning in an Educause interview.
I offer a very short glimpse into the future of education within this recent Pew report. It reads like so: Bryan Alexander, senior fellow for the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education (NITLE), envisioned that, “By 2020 we will … Continue reading
I had a good discussion with the very kind Nellie Deutsch last week. It’s about 55 minutes of content, and a free Web stream.
This week the summer DS106 crew (Magic Macguffin) invited me to hang out for an hour’s chat. We talked storytelling, tech, and education. Google+ Hangout was the platform, and now also the recording medium. Here’s the session:
Steve Hargadon interviewed me this week. Our discussion touched on liberal education, technology, and the future of higher education. Steve is a generous interviewer; the chat room was very active. You can listen to this mp3, or fire up a … Continue reading
I enjoyed being part of the Pew/Elon future of the internet project once again. This time they published some quotes from we surveyeds – here’s mine. Bryan Alexander, a senior fellow at the National Institute for Technology in Liberal Education, … Continue reading
Howard Rheingold interviews me about technology and teaching, over on the DML channel.
I’m interviewed about SOPA’s likely impact on education. Reporter is Denny Carter, venue is eCampus News. This sprang from an impromptu videoconference discussion I hosted two weeks ago.