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What Education Technology Could Look Like Over the Next Five Years

What Education Technology Could Look Like Over the Next Five Years

http://ww2.kqed.org/mindshift/2015/06/29/what-education-technology-could-look-like-over-the-next-five-years/

2015 K-12 Report Topics Graphic

TRENDS & ISSUES

Deeper Learning

Rethinking Traditions:

Collaborations

Blended Learning

CHALLENGES

Authentic Learning

Professional Development

Personalized Learning & Teacher’s Role

Scalability

DEVELOPMENTS IN ED TECH

BYOD/Maker Movement

3-D Printing

Adaptive Learning

Badges and Wearables

Stephen

Posted on: July 7, 2015, 6:47 am Category: Uncategorized

Teens are abandoning TV in droves

Teens are abandoning TV in droves

http://www.businessinsider.com/teens-are-abandoning-tv-in-droves-2015-7

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Stephen

Posted on: July 7, 2015, 6:40 am Category: Uncategorized

The Digital Textbook Report 2015

The Digital Textbook Report 2015

Stephen

Posted on: July 6, 2015, 6:42 am Category: Uncategorized

Visual Media Changes How Humans Consume Information (Infographic)

Visual Media Changes How Humans Consume Information (Infographic)

http://www.adweek.com/socialtimes/visual-media-webdam-infographic/622827

WebDAMVisualIntelligenceInfographic

Stephen

Posted on: July 6, 2015, 6:37 am Category: Uncategorized

2015 Internet Trends Report – Simplified & Designed

2015 Internet Trends Report – Simplified & Designed

http://www.slideshare.net/TimG1/internettrends-final?ref=https://www.slideshare.net/slideshow/embed_code/49889255

 

Stephen

Posted on: July 5, 2015, 6:39 am Category: Uncategorized

COMMUNITY-LED WORK IN PRACTICE

COMMUNITY-LED WORK IN PRACTICE

https://clacommunityled.wordpress.com/2015/06/29/series-roundup-community-led-work-in-practice/

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“One of the CLA Community-Led Library Service Network’s goals for 2014-2015 was to create a series of posts exploring aspects of community-led work, providing an opportunity to share information about the work being done in Canadian libraries and offering useful information and ideas to others in an accessible and readable format.

To date, Network members have contributed eight posts as part of our Community-Led Work in Practice: Experiences from Canadian Libraries series. Laura Young wrote about Edmonton Public Libraries’ epl2go, a mobile service providing communities with library services when access to a traditional library branch is limited. In Let the Community Lead, Andrea Cecchetto and Leah Rucchetto shared Markham Public Library’s experience using a community-led approach in developing their strategic plan. Rejuvenating library service in a rural community through community engagement was the focus of a post by Amanda Fullerton and Sara Gillis of Halifax Public Libraries.

John Pateman of Thunder Bay Public Library contributed a series of posts on developing a community led strategy, staff and service structures, systems, and service culture.

PDF versions of these posts, and a lengthy list of other community-led resources, are available on the Network website’s Resources page.”

https://clacommunityled.wordpress.com/resources/

Stephen

Posted on: July 5, 2015, 6:33 am Category: Uncategorized

Infographic: The History of Science Fiction

Infographic: The History of Science Fiction

http://the-digital-reader.com/2015/06/29/infographic-the-history-of-science-fiction/

You can buy this as a print. At 40″ by 22″ it is not a large poster, but it is an expensive one.  It costs $44.

 

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Posted on: July 4, 2015, 6:53 am Category: Uncategorized