Mixing and Extending Reality: Edtech Options in Higher Education

You walk into your classroom to begin the lesson you have planned for the day. And perhaps you are encountering some of your learners in person, while also reaching learners, in real time, online through the use of videoconferencing tools as simple and accessible as Skype, Google Hangouts, Zoom, or Shindig. And your guest lecturer […]

Artificial Intelligence: Transforming the Nature of Work, Learning, and Learning to Work

It’s hard to make a case for the “sudden” development of something that has been a formal topic of research for more than 60 years. Attending presentations on Artificial Intelligence (AI) at three recent conferences and following that up with extensive reading does, however, suggest that all of us engaged in teaching-training-learning need to be […]