Zen and the Art of Digital Literacies (#EdTech12) Posted by Doug Belshaw On May 31, 2012 In Education, Technology 5 Comments I’m keynoting the Irish Learning Technology Association’s (ILTA) annual conference (#EdTech12) today and for the first time have created my slides using web-native HTML5 and CSS3. Click here or on the image above to access them! Related Posts My iPad Mini apps (October 2013) Moving on from SpiderOak Hive to BTSync Why I’m saying goodbye to Dropbox and hello to SpiderOak Hive On the NSA revelations Doug Belshaw Dr. Doug Belshaw works on education-related stuff for the Mozilla Foundation. Things like the Web Literacy Standard, Open Badges and helping others teach the Web. Bob Harding Hi Doug, I picked up the ZEN reference in your earlier post and found it really helpful – links so well with the Sir Ken Robinson stuff …. SO … I was keen to see this presentation. The first page loads OK but all I get is a single image – no way to see your pearls of wisdom. http://dougbelshaw.com/ Doug Belshaw Hi Bob, Thanks for the kind words. Sorry to hear that the pages aren’t learning – it’s HTML so should work in any modern browser? Sue Hellman I’m also seeing only the first slide. The presentation takes a long time to load so I presume the rest is there, but there are no page turning arrows, so I can’t navigate past slide 1. Tried in both Safari and Firefox. http://dougbelshaw.com/ Doug Belshaw I’ll sort it – but you’ve tried using the cursor keys? (or swiping if on a tablet?) EM Hey Doug- I’m getting the same as Bob and tried it in both Chrome and Firefox. Opening page but no additional pages.