MONTHLY PROGRAM: Get the Inside Scoop On Ed-Tech and Emerging Learning Technologies

  • 15 May 2014
  • 5:30 PM - 8:00 PM
  • Golden Gate University, 536 Mission St., San Francisco, CA 94105 - Room 5310
  • 9

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What are the emerging trends in ed-tech and how will they impact your design and delivery of your learning initiatives?

You’ll find the answers in this interactive session with Paul Signorelli and Samantha Adams Becker when they walk you through the NMC Horizon Report > 2014 Higher Education Edition.

Paul has been a member of the NMC Horizon Project Expert Panel since 2010. Samantha is the Director of NMC Horizon Project and lead writer and researcher for the NMC Horizon Report series. Together, they will share insights from their research and discuss implications of these ed-tech trends in workplace learning and performance.
By participating in this session, you’ll learn:
  • Key trends and challenges of integrating technology in learning design and delivery
  • Six emerging technologies that are likely to be adopted over the next one to five years
  • How to use the NMC Horizon Report as a resource to keep up with the latest ed-tech trends for workplace learning professionals
As a bonus, you’ll get to hear stories about the recent Wiki-thon, an offshoot of the Horizon Project, and the innovative solutions that emerged from the Wiki-thon.

Don’t miss this opportunity to explore the insights from the NMC Horizon Report > 2014 Higher Education Edition. Bring the learning back to your organizations or your clients.

Presenters:
Paul Signorelli,
co-author (with Lori Reed) of Workplace Learning and Leadership, explores, uses, writes about, and helps others become familiar with e-learning, social media, MOOCs, and mobile technology to creatively facilitate positive change within organizations. He often designs and facilitates webinars for PCI Webinars and ALA Editions; designs and delivers online and onsite courses and workshops; and also works extensively in promoting community collaborations. He remains active in ASTD at the national, regional, and local levels, having served on the National Advisors for Chapters in 2011-2012; is on the American Library Association Publishing Committee; and is currently serving a one-year term on the San Francisco Parks Alliance Parks Policy Council. He looks forward to his latest chance to explore the Horizon Report with ASTD colleagues.

Samantha Adams Becker, Senior Director of Communications for the New Media Consortium, is the Director of the NMC Horizon Project and lead writer and researcher for the NMC Horizon Report series, which analyzes emerging technology uptake in various education sectors across the globe. She has an expertise in digital communications, with a special interest in e-publishing, social media, and online learning. In 2013, she taught the first online course ever to exclusively take place in Facebook, which was geared towards training education professionals to integrate social media into their teaching practices. Previous to the NMC, Samantha facilitated the digitization of books and periodicals for several of the world’s largest publishers and was the managing editor of a lifestyle magazine.




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