Summer Ed Tech, A View of MOOCs and Digital Blooms

Digital Blooms

An interview with Megan Bilson – VP Global Learning Solutions at American Express

In this interview, Megan Bilson shares her own journey from journalism to working in the field of workplace education as well as her observations of key changes that are happening in corporate learning and development.

Getting ready for summer – 9 Ed Tech Tools to Capture Your Summer

After a long stretched out winter and chilly spring, we’ll soon be enjoying summer!  In preparation for summer, edtechteacher recently posted 9 complimentary tech tools to try which include Flowboard (an interactive photo album) and Photocard (a digital update on the postcard).

Views on MOOCs from the Scandinavian MOOC Conference June 12 2015 in Stockholm

Posted on slideshare this past week was a presentation by George Siemens on MOOCs – a review of where we have been and where we are going with this technology.  Canadians are super users of MOOCs and super contributors as well.  The slides provide an opportunity to reflect back on the original purpose and intent of this technology as well as examining our current phase of disruption in education and potential impact.

Global EdMedia Conference in Montreal: June 22-24 2015

Something to watch in the coming weeks the EdMedia World Conference on Educational Media and Technology which is an international conference, organized by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). This annual conference serves as a multi-disciplinary forum for the discussion and exchange of information on the research, development, and applications on all topics related to multimedia, hypermedia and telecommunications/distance education.

Gorgeous Info-graphic: Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy

Thank you Global Digital Citizen Foundation for posting the terrific info-graphic of Bloom’s Digital Taxonomy.  This info-graphic reflects Andrew Church’s changes to Bloom’s Taxonomy which are relevant to the practices, behaviours and actions of learning 2.0.

Cheers to the week that was and the week ahead!

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