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Learning Fortunes: The #Blimage Challenge

I love blogging. It’s one of the most powerful ways I learn. It allows me to reflect, contextualize, and expand upon the new things I’m learning each day. I also love to give myself unique writing challenges that challenge me and force me to operate outside my normal writing comfort zone. It’s this theme that […]

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How Technology is Changing the Future of Learning – Resources Shared at #eACH2015

On July 10, I had the pleasure of delivering a keynote at the 2015 eACH Conference. The topic of my talk was How Technology is Changing the Future of Learning. This blog post is being set up primarily as a follow-up resource for those that attended the session, and it may also serve as a resource for […]

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Social Media, Social Learning, & Curation: Resources Shared at #eACH2015

I had the pleasure of leading a workshop as part of the 2015 eACH Conference exploring Social Media, Social Learning, and Curation for Learning Professionals. This blog post is being set up a follow-up resource for those that attended the session. It may also serve as a resource for anyone that wants to learn more about social […]

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The 2015 Performance Support Symposium Backchannel: Curated Resources #PSSymp

This post curates resources shared via the backchannel of the 2015 Performance Support Symposium being held June 10-12 in Austin, Texas. 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 […]

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The 2015 #mLearnCon Conference Backchannel: Curated Resources

This post curates resources shared via the backchannel of the 2015 mLearnCon Conference and Expo being held June 10-12 in Austin, Texas. 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 […]

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