Which guests would you like to see on the Future Trends Forum?

We’re been running the Future Trends Forum for almost a year, now (gulp). We’ve had splendid guests.

The question I’m asking now is: who should we invite next?  Which genius or innovator or thought leader or troublemaker should we haul up on the Shindig stage?

Forum discussion: Anya K. and Rachel M.

We do have guests lined up over the next few months. The week after next we’re doing a series of Forum discussions at the EDUCAUSE conference. I’ll post an announcement about that soon. And there are various awesome people slotted in from November through January.

But I’d like to know who else you’d like to see. The comment box is open!

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8 Responses to Which guests would you like to see on the Future Trends Forum?

  1. Hi Bryan…thanks for the chance to suggest folks for Future Trends Forum! Below are some of the people (who you have not had on yet as far as I know) who are leading our conversation of higher ed change in learning. I’m leaving many folks out…but these come to mind quickly. So great that you are providing this platform for discussion for our community.

    Kristen Eshleman Director of Academic Technology at Davidson College http://www.educause.edu/members/kristen-eshleman
    kreshleman@davidson.edu

    Amy Collier Associate Provost for Digital Learning at Middlebury College – http://www.educause.edu/members/amy-collier
    acollier@middlebury.edu

    Allison Dulin Salisbury – Director of Higher Education Strategy at EdSurge
    allison@edsurge.com

    Phil Long – Associate Vice Provost for Learning Sciences at University of Texas Austin – http://www.educause.edu/members/phillip-d-long
    phil.long@austin.utexas.edu

    Rebecca Peterson, Northeastern – https://twitter.com/rpetersmauri
    rebpeters@gmail.com

    Romy Ruukel – Director of Digital Learning, Boston University – https://twitter.com/rruukel
    romy@bu.edu

    Adam Finkelstein, Educational Developer at McGill University – https://www.mcgill.ca/centreformeded/aboutus/whoweare/affiliates/finkelsteina
    adam.finkelstein@mcgill.ca

    MJ Bishop – Director, Center for Academic Innovation University System of Maryland https://twitter.com/drmjbishop
    mjbishop@usmd.edu

    Anne Keehn
    Executive Director LAIC Network and Quantum Thinking
    http://www.quantumthinking.com/aboutus.html
    annekkeehn@aol.com

    Malcolm Brown – Director of the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative – http://www.educause.edu/members/malcolm-brown
    mbrown@educause.edu

    Dave Cormier – Instigator, Web Communications and Innovations, University of Prince Edward Island – http://davecormier.com/edblog/

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  2. Tim Lepczyk says:

    David Hinson – CIO of Drury University. https://davidjhinson.wordpress.com/

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  3. VanessaVaile says:

    I second Dave Cormier and, off the top of my head, would like to add Kate Bowles, Tressie McCotton, Moe Rolin and Chris Newfield to the list of potential guests

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  4. gmphap1 says:

    Here are some suggestions…

    Mike Matthews, CIO, ORU, https://twitter.com/innovate4edu?lang=en

    Jason Swanson, KnowledgeWorks, http://knowledgeworks.org/worldoflearning/2016/09/exploring-school-future-pbs/

    Kiran Kodithla, Illuminate, http://www.n2nintegration.com/team/, very interesting cloud-first model for education

    Rex Miller, Mindshift, http://gomindshift.com/, new book on education coming out next week

    Jeffrey J. Selingo, https://www.amazon.com/Jeffrey-J.-Selingo/e/B009NSKXXO/ref=sr_ntt_srch_lnk_2?qid=1476651171&sr=1-2

    Sal Kahn 🙂

    Dr. Jay Gary, APF, http://jaygary.com/

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