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Dean Florez is President of The Michelson @20MillionMinds Foundation. Senator Florez is a past California Senate Majority Leader with 20 years policymaking experience in higher education.
Social Media Strategist, Digital Researcher & Online Explorer. Applying digital possibilities to Student Affairs communication strategy, leadership capacity and student development identity. theories. Doctoral student in Higher Education Leadership at California Lutheran University.
Random musings on social media, teaching, student affairs, higher education and design.
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This thought has been on my mind since attending ACPA and realizing that some of my graduate student colleagues at other institutions had been informed by faculty that tweeting is 'unprofessional' and it was recommended that they not tweet at the conference.
I never saw it coming, I suppose I should have... but I really didn't. While our #ACPA14 Convention Planning Team had set the theme over a year ago, I had no idea the foreshadowing it had for me personally and professionally.
HighEdWebTech.com deals with the tech side of web development in higher education as well as marketing and communications.
The ExamTime blog is part of a free website to help students and teachers in higher education create, share and discover learning resources such as Mind Maps, Flashcards, Quizzes & Notes.
Many of you have probably seen the university "Confessions" pages popping up all over Facebook... It has been two weeks since I had the opportunity to attend the ACPA national... Recently I made the decision to move from a personal blogging venture to something a...
David Hopkins, Learning Technologist, University of Leicester: eLearning, mLearning, Blackboard, Blogging, Social Media, and the stuff in between.
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Welcome to GalleryEDU, a place to showcase and highlight design trends in web development and higher education.
A project based at the University of Texas at Austin is on track to increase the accessibility and use of sound recordings by repurposing a tool originally developed to classify bird calls. The goal is to teach the tool how to classify sounds in a wide variety of existing recordings, and even to give scholars ways to visualize the sounds.
EDUKWEST was founded in 2009 by education blogger Kirsten Winkler to share the talks she had with startup founders and thought leaders in education with a larger audience instead of keeping them for herself. Over the years Kirsten recorded more than 200 interviews and talks with innovators and successful entrepreneurs in the education space covering life long learning, K-12 and higher education.
New research & commentary relating to the communication of education data (TK through Higher Education), covering topics like data systems, edtech, data use, data visualization & reporting, student needs, & educator needs.
Tips, tutorials, and commentary on pedagogy, productivity, and technology in higher education.
Looking to keep a pulse on how technology is being used by colleges and universities? Look no further than Atomic Learning's Higher Education Blog, which provides readers with up-to-date information on the latest industry news and insights on providing effective, campus-wide technology and software training for academic and career success.
A blog dedicated to rethinking learning for the 21st century.
All of our generous MTG translators will have encountered the difficulties combination of not only translating technical and pedagogical terms but then making them fit a certain layout. In his email Paolo mentions the struggles of writing short enough Italian phrases to fit the matrix structure.
The Learning Ecosystems blog seeks to cover the teaching and learning environments -- virtual and physical -- within the K-12, collegiate, and corporate training spaces. It has a heavy emphasis on the use of educational technologies to maximize learning in those areas. I keep an eye on the horizon -- constantly scanning various landscapes to identify promising/effective tools, pedagogies, visions, and ideas.
No longer are we running sprints (i.e., experiencing brief periods of education/training in our lives). We are all running marathons now (i.e., we all need to be lifelong learners now). As such, each of us needs to be a self-directed learner -- to attend to the building and growth of our own learning ecosystem.
Discover in my blog startup edtools and why Curation is Social Media Master Class
The School of Education and Technology at Royal Roads is expanding and we are searching for a faculty member to join us at the rank of assistant, associate, or full professor. This person will be my colleague and will play a key role in the design and delivery of the school's Learning and Technology programs. This is a full-time permanent status position.
If you have been following along with our coverage of the Microsoft in Education Global Forum in Barcelona, you may have already read about The Microsoft Innovative Schools Pitch Competition . This competition was the first challenge of its kind at the Global Forum, asking principals and headmasters to share their visions for how - with extra funding and support - they would transform schools worldwide.
Focusing on posts specifically designed to support K-12 and Higher Education. Helping schools to design and implement mobility systems to support: 1:1, BYOD, mobile learning, and cloud based systems. Offering valuable content and tools to provide schools with what they need, why they need it and how to get the job done right. SecurEdgeBlog