This Blursday, we’ll be speaking again with Jeff Young, the higher education reporter extraordinaire who spoke with us in the fall about his fabulous Campus Pandemic Podcast diaries. Jeff has also done some great reporting on learning engineering (among many other topics), so we have a lot to talk with him about. Jeff is one of my […]
Happy not-2020 anymore! In celebration of the slightly-less-awfulness, we are restarting Blursday Socials with a bang. You may have been following my blog post series on the collaboration between Carnegie Mellon University’s OLI group and ASU’s ETX group on a next-generation courseware platform. (It’s actually a lot more than that, but that’s a good place […]
Welp, it’s been a year, hasn’t it? Everybody, including the EdTech-averse, has had to go all-in on EdTech all at once. And it’s exposed some potholes. Some we knew were there, others we learned to live with and forgot about, and still others we didn’t see coming. Now is a good time to think about […]
This week we’ll be talking with some good friends at EDUCAUSE about our experiences, joys, pains, hopes, and dreams regarding virtual conferences to help them think about the upcoming virtual EDUCAUSE ELI conference.
The bar is closed for renovations this week and off for Thanksgiving next week. We’ll be re-opening on Blursday, December 3rd. Stay tuned for more information about upcoming guests.
Gang, don’t forget that this week’s Blursday Social guest is Phil Hill. Blursday Socials are conversational, so we’ll all talk about whatever the folks who show up want to talk about. But here are a few topics on my mind for a conversation with Phil: Curricular materials trends: Phil recently updated his cost analysis of […]
Amy Collier, Susan Baldridge, Phil Hill…I don’t mean to look a gift horse in the mouth, but why are these cool people hanging out with me?