Category Archives: presentations and talks

Towards the future of technology for education: my NMC keynote

On June 16th I gave the closing keynote to the New Media Consortium’s annual conference.  It was a big talk, with tons of images, ranting, and ideas crammed into a very busy hour. It meant a great deal to me … Continue reading

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Live from the conference floor of the New Media Consortium

Today we’re holding a Future Trends Forum in an unusual way: live from the New Media Consortium’s conference.  I’ve invited a clutch of brilliant folks from the event to discuss their observations and presentations.  This will take place from 2-3 … Continue reading

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The latest in digital storytelling: an NMC conference presentation this morning

This morning I’m offering a workshop on the latest developments in digital storytelling, at the New Media Consortium’s summer conference. Here’s the description: Digital storytelling has come a long way in just a few short years. This session surveys the … Continue reading

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The robot storyteller: automated creativity at the NMC conference

Today I’m presenting on “The Robot Storyteller”, my second session at the New Media Consortium annual conference.  Here’s how the program describes things: How will the growing world of automation impact the ancient human practice of storytelling? This session showcases … Continue reading

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Build your own scenario: an NMC workshop today

Today I’m leading a workshop on scenario construction at the New Media Consortium’s summer conference.  Folks will learn about scenarios, how to make and use them, then build several. All materials are in this Google Doc.

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Thinking about the rising generation of traditional-age undergraduates

This month I’ll be presenting on the rising generation of traditional-age undergraduate students, that combination of younger Millennials plus Generation Z/Homeland Generation.  It’s a topic I’ve worked on previously, so I wanted to update my approach and materials. My approach is … Continue reading

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Bryan’s travels for June

Continuing my new habit, I’d like to point out some places I’m traveling to in the near future.  Specifically, let’s look ahead to June. June 7th: working with the excellent St. Michael’s College in Burlington, Vermont, to explore changing traditional-age undergraduate … Continue reading

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