I’m a big fan of using technology to get offline as fast as possible and out into the real world. Whether it’s AR or simple tools to make life’s tasks easier, I’m for it. These photos show how one teacher took our educational app out to explore her new hometown and made some great discoveries. […]
iPad App for Project Based Learning
I’m excited to introduce Field Day to the world! This is an app I’ve been working on with a great team for almost a year now. If you are a teacher with an iPad who loves PBL, get in touch with me and I’ll get you a code to try it out early. Specially designed for […]
Nashville Presentation on Understanding Mobile
Had a great time at Dscoop8, learning some new things and reinforcing a few core concepts we’ve been working with at Alaska Litho. Thanks to everyone who participated with questions and comments after my presentation yesterday! If you were there and want some of the sources and additional statistics, I sent in a PDF to […]
Seminars on Emerging Media
This past winter I developed a 6-month series of seminars for businesses and organizations on emerging media. Through data, insider tips, group role play, worksheets, and discussion I led groups through the WHY and HOW of integrating social media into a business plan — including the importance of developing an effective social media plan.
See you in Barcelona
The IV International Conference of Community Psychology, held at the University of Barcelona this coming June, should be an exciting event with the theme Community and politics in a world in crisis. I will be presenting an exploration of the potential for media-supported community building both locally and globally based on results from original research […]
Pop-up Book Shop Opening in Pittsburgh
It is an exciting time for readers because our access to books is evolving, and I have high hopes for a future with a new kind of local book shop. Fleeting Pages, a pop-up shop, will offer ideas about (and inspiration for) that future for one month.