Category Archives: presentations and talks
Two months from now I’ll lead a half-day seminar on the future of technology and education. It’s a face-to-face preconference workshop for the annual New Media Consortium conference. Which you should definitely attend. My seminar takes place on June 9th, the … Continue reading
I’m participating in the 2015 BETT conference, or “show”, as the organizers call it. Here are some observations noted on the fly. 1. Jimbo Wales, Wikipedia’s leader, offered a fascinating and important observation. I didn’t transcribe it word for word, … Continue reading
This past Friday I keynoted a Penn State World Campus conference. While the event was very energetic and forward-looking, my talk was ultimately quite gloomy, because I focused on offering negative visions of higher education’s future. That was a new approach for me. Generally … Continue reading
I have the privilege of being invited to address many academic, nonprofit, and business groups. After doing this for a decade, and following some social media brooding on keynotes, I thought I’d put down some thoughts on how this works … Continue reading
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.