The Future Trends Forum starts this week, with Audrey Watters

This week the Future Trends Forum begins, and I can think of no person I’d be more delighted to converse with than Audrey Watters.

Audrey WattersAudrey is a vitally important writer, speaker, and analyst in the field of education and technology.  A self-proclaimed rabble-rouser, her work is essential to anyone thinking about teaching, learning, and their complex intersection with technology.

You can find her on Twitter, this blog, and the Hack Education blog,

I plan on asking Audrey about educational technology finance, social media and gender-based harassment, what we can learn about the future from the history of educational technology, and the automation revolution.

Please join us this Thursday, February 11th, at 2 pm eastern time (here’s one time zone tool).  Click here to reserve a free spot.

If you have suggestions or questions for Audrey and I, please add them as comments to this post.  You can also fire them off via Twitter, using the hashtag #FTTE or pointing them @ryanalexander.

This event, like the rest of the Forum, is generously hosted by Shindig.

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7 Responses to The Future Trends Forum starts this week, with Audrey Watters

  1. In class at that time. Shoot! A way to follow after?

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  2. VanessaVaile says:

    Looking forward to it

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  3. vermontcatwoman says:

    Will this be archived so one can listen to it at a later date?

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