Presented By: Dr.Richard Halverson 

New media technologies are reshaping how people interact and learn in and out of schools. In this talk, Rich Halverson will discuss how technologies such as social media, digital media production communities, fantasy sports, massively open online games and courses, learning management systems and mobile devices are changing teaching and learning, and how such tools and practices might be directed toward creating the kinds of learning environments we want.

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Serendipity35 · May 31, 2015 at 9:29 pm

Emerging Learning Design

Today, I am attending the Emerging Learning Design conference at Montclair State University in New Jersey. The opening keynote is titled 7 Technological Changes that are Reshaping Teaching and Learning presented by Dr. Richard Halverson…

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