Although from 2012, I'm not sure that these findings have moved forward much further - some interesting thoughts: The papers themselves are quite varied in their approaches, formats and content, but, taken together, UNESCO has identified five key trends worth considering (please note that the words are from UNESCO, we…
Last week I had a chat with Doug Belshaw re Mozilla Web Literacy project, from the perspective of someone who hadn't had time to engage with it. Hear the audio/read the overview here, and see a summary of feedback from all interviews here and here.
Here's the post-dinner session, a bit of a romp through social media platforms, and some of the things that you can do with some of them - there's so much more than can be fitted in here, but usually enough to get a few beginner's heads whirling:
First of 2 slots this evening, to kick off a week of thinking for URC education delegates: The Church in the Digital Age. Keynote for URC. July 2014 from Bex Lewis
This morning's second session for #MediaLit14, particularly thinking about how the digital age has changed practice for those in 'ministry', but also as individuals:
This morning's pre-coffee session for #MediaLit14 - has there been a digital revolution, and if so, what might it look like?:
I came across this piece of software at #TDC14. Previous attempts at archiving tweets, etc. from events hadn't been too successful, so this is great - and the free version does everything I seem to need for most events at the moment (it's $1,000 - I'm assuming per event, for…
See the full collection of tweets and photos from Thinking Digital 2014 - 600+ super-keen tech tweeters: