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New Book – Teaching Machines: The History of Personalized Learning

Audrey Watters has written a new book about the history of education technology: Teaching Machines: The History of Personalized Learning. When I get a hold of a copy, I will write something up here and link to other reviews. A … Continue reading

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The Edu-Decade That Was: Unfounded Optimism?

I have seen a number of end-of-the-year/decade posts that seem to be somewhat pessimistic. There are a LOT of reasons to be pessimistic: especially in the education technology sector: privitization of teaching and learning; Betsy DeVos; corporate enclosing of the … Continue reading

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Engelbart: On Teaching Programming

This is my expanded response to the Jon Udell video that is part of the Annnotating Engelbart project. I appreciate the time Jon took to participate in this work. In Jon’s discussion with Gardner, he wonders if it is practical … Continue reading

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Engelbart: Technology and How It Gets That Way

This is one in a series of postings I am doing as part of the Engelbart annotation project. There will be some randomness to these notes but somehow, given the source document we are annotating, I think that is appropriate.  … Continue reading

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