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Recent Course & Workshop Resources: HTML5, Drupal, Distance Education

Here are some web sites for courses I’m currently teaching or recently taught: Distance Education Tools –¬†http://detools.wikispaces.com/ This site now has dozens of links of various tools and technologies you can use with online and blended learning Multimedia Development with

Posted in conferences, development, drupal, edtech, embodiment, teaching, technology

Embodied Cognition & Education Talks at AERA

I’ll be giving just one talk at AERA this year, and hosting a symposium session. Both are related to the applications of embodied cognition research and enactivism to education. Embodied and Enactive Approaches to Instruction: Implications and Innovations. SIG-Learning Sciences.

Posted in conferences, embodiment, learning sciences, theory, Uncategorized

Yo Dawg, I heard you like conferences…

So we made a conference about conferences so we can talk about talking. A free online AACE conference about how to improve traditional conferences starts tomorrow: Spaces of Interaction: An Online Conversation on Improving Traditional Conferences. (yo dawg meme)

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2007 Open Education Conference Underway

The 2007 Open Education Conference started today here at Utah State University in Logan, UT. There are already pictures and blog posts being posted online. Eventually the audio/video and presentation files for each presentation should be freely available on the

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AERA Blogging

Students and researchers at Northern Illinois University and elsewhere will be blogging the AERA conference next week. In other news, there will actually be 2 sessions there on embodied cognition as it applies to education. The first is entitled “Mathematics

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Open Education 2007 Conference Call for Proposals

David Wiley has announced the call for proposals for the Open Education 2007 conference at Utah State University. The conference will run from September 26-28, 2007 and the deadline for proposals in May 18th. See the proceedings from last year’s

Posted in conferences, education, opensource

Meet Up at AERA Conference Next Week

This coincides with the time I’ll be at AERA next week (Thursday, April 12th), so I thought I’d share it here. If you are attending the AERA Conference next week in Chicago, be sure to drop by a special symposium

Posted in conferences, edtech, research

AERA, SIGCSE, ICER Conference Proceedings Online

Haven’t posted in a while because I’ve been criss-crossing the country interviewing for ed tech jobs. I’ll write more on that soon. Some conference proceedings and papers have been made available online recently, such as the AERA 2007 conference program.

Posted in conferences, education, research, simulations

Ed Tech Year in Review, and Conferences in 2007

Clayton Wright has created a list of many of the ed tech related conferences coming up in 2007. See the word document at the bottom of the page. Some others not mentioned are listed here (sorry, requires a free subscription),

Posted in conferences, edtech, games, simulations

Australian Games in Education Workshop & Sessions

Tony Forster summarizes and links to some games in education papers presented at the Australian Computers in Education Conference. There was also a couple of pre-conference workshops on using the commercial GameMaker tool to create games.

Posted in conferences, development, games, research
Doug Holton

Doug Holton

Center for Teaching and Learning Excellence, Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University

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