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Nigel Coutts

Why might we want to learn Digital Technologies? - The Learner's Way - 14 views

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    Understanding the "Why" of any initiative should be a key step prior to implementation. Without a clear understanding of our "Why" how are we to judge the success of what we are implementing. How will we know which steps take us in the right direction if we have no concept of why we are journeying. In our implementation of ICT (Information & Communication Technologies) and now Digital Technologies, a lack of clarity on the matter of "Why" has often been the most significant challenge to success. 
Sasha Thackaberry

Hack Education - 31 views

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    I've read articles from here, but amazing stuff. Audrey Watters #herooftheday
travellingdeon

Digital Technologies: An Introduction - YouTube - 36 views

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    A video by ACARA, explaining the Australian Curriculum: Digital Technologies component.
C CC

Why the Next 10 Years of Educational Technologies will Smash the Last 10 | UKEdChat.com... - 74 views

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    A great read
onepulledthread

Schools are doing Education 1.0; talking about doing Education 2.0; when they should be... - 7 views

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    useful comparison of educational developments related to webbased learning resources and importance of considering 3.0 strategies.
onepulledthread

Learning Technologies Resouces to Explore - Faculty eCommons - 2 views

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    higher ed audience, but generally useful.  several  interactive data resources with good potential
Tonya Thomas

New era of Workplace Learning | Centre for Learning & Performance Technologies - 0 views

  • 1 – Encourage and support individuals’ and teams’ self-sufficiency to address their own learning and performance problems.
  • So here are 5 ways that L&D can become involved:
  • 2 – Help develop autonomous workers
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  • 3 – Provide performance consulting services, where individuals and teams need help in addressing their own learning and performance problems
  • 4 – Rethink the use of learning tools and system
  • 5 – Help to develop an open, enabling culture for working and learning
  • It is clear that formal training is not going disappear overnight, but it is also becoming apparent that we are at the beginning of a fundamental shift in the way that both learning and working is happening in organisations. This should not be seen as a threat to the L&D profession, but as an opportunity to evolve the profession to take on the new challenges it offers. The first step on the path will be to become immersed in the new social media tools that are underpinning this change. Social Learning is not something you just talk or read about; it’s something you do!
clconzen

"Game Changers: Education and Information Technology" a free publication from EDUCAUSE ... - 7 views

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    published by EDUCAUSE, 2012 - asks "How can we reach more learners, more effectively, and with greater impact?" also.... * How will your institution negotiate the new geography of learning? * In a world where information is always accessible, how will teaching and learning change? * What will constitute an institution of higher education in the future? * How do we ready our institutions, our students, and ourselves for what higher education can-and must-become?
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    'Game Changers: Education and Information Technologies explores the tools and processes that can improve the quality, flexibility, and scalability of postsecondary education. The book takes a hard look at the education landscape today and asks what that landscape might look like tomorrow. It asks important questions and pushes us to open our minds about how technology will shape the universe of possibility for tomorrow's students' Edited by Diane G. Oblinger
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    "Game Changers: Education and Information Technology" a free publication from EDUCAUSE (pdf) http://t.co/uLJEi8vP
tab_ras

What Is The Future Of Digital Publishing? - Edudemic - 23 views

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    Leading the charge into the next generation of interactive book design is Robin Mitchell-Cranfield, of Vancouver Film School. I had the pleasure of attending Robin's presentation at Adobe MAX Education Summit as well as speaking with her a bit later at Adobe MAX where she shed some light on what she's working on, why she thinks books could forever change and why tablets have been the impetus for her to get so excited about the future of digital publishing.
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