This post curates resources shared via the backchannel of the 2017 Learning Technologies Summer Forum held June 13 in London.
7 people you need to know at the Learning Technologies Summer Forum 2017 by Kate Graham
Post Conference Recaps
Itiel Dror Keynote
Cognitive Consultants International HQ
Dr. Itiel Dror at UCL
Dr. Itiel Dror on forensic decision making, bias, and fingerprint identification
Interview with Dr Itiel Dror – Cognitive Bias: What Psychology Can Tell Us About Experts and Forensic Science via The Transparent Psychologist
‘They All Look Alike’: The Other-Race Effect by Steven Ross Pomeroy
Session Sketchnote by John Curran
Session Specific Resources
What’s Next for Learning & Technology – Resources Shared at #LTSF17 by David Kelly
Don Taylor Considers What Learning Technologies Need in order to Succeed
Does Thinking Really Hard Burn More Calories? by Ferris Jabr
How does Duolingo Make it Stick?
Digital Learning Realities 2017 research shares insights from over 1,100 L&D professionals via Fosway
I will be adding to this list as I continue to review the backchannel transcripts and find resources. I will tweet updates occasionally as additional links are added. If you know of a valued resource I should add to the list – or if something is inaccurate – please add it to the comments or tweet me a link to @LnDDave.
If you find these collections of value, I have posts that consolidate the backchannel resources from other conferences. An archive of all of these posts can be accessed by clicking the link below:
Why do I do this?
I am a huge proponent of backchannel learning. There are many conferences I would love to be able to attend, but most people can only accommodate one or two each year. The backchannel is an excellent resource for learning from a conference or event, even if you are unable to attend in-person. I find curating and reviewing backchannel resources to be a valuable learning experience for me, even when I am attending a conference in person. Sharing these collections on this blog has shown that others find value in the collections as well.