Inspiring, informative, useful, or just plain fun tweets posted on Twitter over this past week … collected here to share with our blog readers.
This week we start off with Bryan Alexander's delightfully witty “Devil's Dictionary” of ed tech (he just published a part 2 here), “Open for the Win” … examining benefits of OER beyond just being free, a piece that posits a dearth of physical schools in the future (with which I vehemently disagree!), a look at how Blockchain technology can alter the nature of the transcript, exploring the fundamentals of screencasting, and yes, more, more, more to read and explore. Enjoy!
This is fun! A Devil’s Dictionary of Educational Technology (thx @BryanAlexander):
Great Resource from @rmbyrne: Practical Ed Tech Handbook – Updated for 2016-17
Checking out the Recap App for Student Video Responses
An Open Perspective on Interactive Textbooks – “Open for the Win”!
Rich piece on Planting the Seeds of Analytics
7 Great Reasons to Write Original Content for the #FlippedLearning Network
How Colleges Should Adapt in a Networked Age
4 Simple Ideas To Use Technology To Engage Students
Colleges look to innovation as alternative revenue resource
MIT + K12 = Science Videos for K-12 Students
Bah! I Disagree! “No Classrooms in Future According to Recent Research”
How Blockchain Will Disrupt the Higher Education Transcript
Three Keys To Gaining Traction With #GoOpen This Year
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