The latest issue of the Digital Education has a load of stuff in it: book reviews, articles and a chance to win a copy of The Power of Networks.
Read on for more details, and a sign-up form.
Why background reading and reading around the subject are good things to do, plus three books I recommend for students (and teachers).
Information about my ebook, Education Conferences, plus where to buy it on Kobo.
How is your travel data used, and what the trade-offs in terms of private costs and benefits? This is the second post in a series about data and privacy, and artificial intelligence.
How much data are you prepared to give away, and what are you prepared to allow organisations to do with it? The answers in my case surprised me.
Chatbots that appear to be emotionally intelligent are being developed. Imagine how useful they might be in schools.
It's a great idea to do classroom-based research, but here are 7 caveats to bear in mind.
Here are 21 points to think about when evaluating a resource, plus suggestions of how to use the list in a team exercise.
Teacher retention is an issue -- and that's an understatement. This conference will look at issues such as teacher motivation, professional development and education as a self-improving profession, to name just three.
It takes place on 4th May 2017.
What is institutional memory loss, why is it important, and what can you do about it?
Here are links to a few articles I've written recently. They cover parental engagement, innovation, how to teach computer programming and, finally, "digitally illiterate and proud of it".
Why does digital illiteracy seem acceptable in education? I think we should have higher expectations, which I have expressed in these seven suggestions.