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Medium at Large: Ev Williams Talks With Kara Swisher

Ev Williams built two of the most important publishing companies of the digital age. Can he do it a third time?

At the Code/Media conference, the man who co-founded Blogger and then Twitter explained what he’s doing with… 6,573 more words


The Backchannel - my EdTech Fave

Our #tiegrad cohort shared out some tech tools last week during class. More importantly than the tools being shared were the conversations about how and why particular tools were chosen. 851 more words


Embracing the Backchannel in my Flipped Classroom with Padlet

I absolutely love attending conferences where I learn so much incredible information and make great connections with other educators! Don’t you?!

However, these same wonderful conferences nearly make my head explode! 508 more words

Educational Technology

Little ol' me on a big, big stage Down Under

I am thrilled and humbled to share the news that I have accepted an invitation to speak at the 2015 EduTECH congress in Brisbane, AU, in June. 147 more words


Another year over at Learning Technologies #LT15UK

Some people feel the blues when Christmas is over but for me that feeling is always a month later when Learning Technologies has finished. Maybe I need to get out more but there’s little doubt that this is learning’s Glastonbury and to see how it has grown and grown over the years is pretty astonishing. 1,474 more words

Conferences And Events

The DEA is collecting information about "millions" of Americans without public oversight

A semi-secret surveillance program developed by the Drug Enforcement Administration is collecting location information about “millions” of Americans through the use of a license plate-reading system to which state police departments also contribute data. 238 more words


Talking Tools Evaluation and Lessons Learned on eLearnTV

I had a thoroughly enjoyable Skype video chat with Rick Zanotti and Dawn Mahoney on Jan 14 where we talked about selecting authoring tools, some lessons learned on short-notice deadlines, and a surprising geographical connection. 38 more words