What education will look like in 10 years

From the Reverend on Bava Tuesdays I was grateful to receive notification of this brilliant presentation on the prospects for the future of education from Andre Malan, an undegraduate student at the University of British Columbia. It is so good, I feel that it’s worth putting on the learning lab…

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BETT 2009:

Once again it’s time for the BETT Show. The self-styled “largest educational technology show in the world.” For the first hour or so I wondered what on earth I was doing there as I heard one salesman after another explain how their product is loved by students, will improve their…

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Presenting the Web on the Web with Flowgram

On reading my RSS feeds today, I came across Flowgram, a new online presentation application that combines elements of SlideShare (it can handle PowerPoint presentations and audio narration) with a feature that allows live web pages and RSS feeds to appear in the presentation. The site itself describes a flowgram…

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Blackboard – the future

Blackboard inc have released some video presentations about their Project NG (Next Generation) this is the hybred product that includes the final best of breed integration of WebCT and Blackboard into a single product. The presentation is not yet complete and more will be released as it becomes available. Nor…

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Changing Expectations

I discovered this video while following up on another bloggable item for today’s news! Made for a presentation from the Open University to some educational publishers, it says a lot about why “Web2.0” is important as a medium. The (brief) history of the movie recounted by Brian Lamb of Abject…

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