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“Hardest working man in edtech!”
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This is so well-structured and thoughtful that it almost made me forget I was terrified while reading it.
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Your prescience is wild.
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What might new developments in artificial intelligence mean for higher education? I’ve been exploring this topic for years, and now would like to announce a new project about it. I’m launching a Substack newsletter, AI and Academia, with the goal … Continue reading
It’s customary at year’s end to look back at one’s career or life over that period. 2021 was a wild year. It came right after an epic 2020. 2022 also looks challenging… I don’t really have the time this week … Continue reading
Today I’d like to invite your support for my work. To explain: I’m an independent higher education futurist and can’t do this work alone. What that means: as a higher education futurist, I conduct research into how academia evolves. A … Continue reading
The COVID-19 pandemic has raged long enough that we now have one year anniversaries. As vaccines race against variants, we can look back a year to see what we were doing and thinking at the terrible thing began. What did … Continue reading
Hello. I’m Bryan Alexander, and this is my blog. buy xifaxan online buy xifaxan no prescription generic I am a futurist, specializing in the future of higher education and technology. That means I speak, consult, lead workshops, and teach on … Continue reading
It is now a ritual for any digital site to offer a year-end retrospective. The usual patterns involve summarizing a site’s big issues and their highlights, adding a footnote either glum or cautiously optimistic about the year to come. Sometimes … Continue reading
Today the September Future Trends in Technology and Education report will appear. I have a major announcement about that. This is the last free issue. From now on FTTE will only be available by paid subscription. If you would like … Continue reading
Today’s post is number 1,000. That’s one thousand individual blog posts over the past seven+ years. What does this milestone number mean? We can look at it through stats. One thousand posts consist of 620,334 words, according to the WP Word … Continue reading
I’d like to announce a new web site, the Future of Education Observatory (http://futureofeducation.us/). It organizes all of my future of education work into one spot. The FTTE report, the Future Trends Forum, the book club, my published writing, support, and … Continue reading
In 2013 I launched a business, Bryan Alexander Consulting (BAC). Since then I have worked with nearly one hundred organizations, helping them with a variety of various services. In 2013 I set up a basic web presence for BAC. I … Continue reading