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Category Archives: presentations and talks
On March 26th I’ll address the 2014 NERCOMP conference. My topic is, as ever, the future of education and technology, but I’m giving it a twist, thanks to some recent conversations. My title, “The calm between two storms”, is designed … Continue reading
This December I’m going to lead a webinar on future trends for education and technology. NITLE will host, and anyone from a NITLE network campus can participate. That’s December 12, from 2:00 pm to 3:00 pm eastern time.
I addressed a conference of SUNY system about the future of higher education. They streamed the event for your perusal.
A couple of days ago I presented to the AAC&U annual conference on recent research about open education in the liberal arts world. Here are my slides. Openedu from Bryan Alexander I was surprised by some of the discussions, and … Continue reading
Next week I’m heading to Hendrix College, there to present on technology, the liberal arts, and the future of education.
Steve Hargadon, Jeff Brazil, Audrey Watters, Monika Hardy, and I discussed the future of education today. Good discussion, nicely framed by Steve’s work, smoothly situated by Jeff’s facilitation. Watch live streaming video from connectedlearningtv at livestream.com
Here’s a good video recording of my April Case Western Reserve University talk on digital storytelling: Thanks to the fine CWRU folks for hosting and sharing.
Today I’m hosting a Twitter chat about the future of education. Hashtag: #futrchat. Join us.
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:
I gave a talk about digital storytelling earlier this week, at Case Western Reserve University. Here are my materials, in two parts (1, 2): Digital Storytelling at Case Western, part 1 View more PowerPoint from Bryan Alexander Digital Storytelling at … Continue reading