I've just finished writing the latest issue of my newsletter, Digital Education. I'll probably send it out on Sunday, by which time I hope to have formatted it.
Here's what's in the latest issue:
- Events, including two book give-aways and some very good conferences.
- News and views, including a comment on the state of computing in England, a freebie, a prize draw and a film competition.
- A useful conversation, in which I sing the praises of reflective writing.
- Focus on fake news. (No, it’s true, that really is the topic in this issue.)
- Who do you think you are?
- Blast from the past.
- An article about inexpensive equipment from ICT Direct.
- Useful articles about ed tech.
- Books in brief: 5 books reviewed, er, in brief, all of which are about ed tech in some way: AI, fake news, a possible dystopian future, and others.
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