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New article on the slowing of the ed tech revolution

Posted in Cognitive Psychology and Learning, Higher Education, and Technology

Hot off the virtual presses, I present: Is the Educational Technology Revolution Losing Steam? What Academic Leaders Can Do to Keep Us Moving Forward.

This piece talks about the ways in which ed tech still falls short of its full potential and presents a five-point framework for selecting technologies that aligns with the best of learning science. It also discusses ways to achieve authentic enthusiasm and buy-in from faculty, who are, after all, the most important, and most rightfully skeptical audience for new ideas in this area.

It appears in the newest issue of Change: The Magazine of Higher Learning.

Happy reading!

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