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Zen and the Art of Digital Literacies (#EdTech12)

Zen and the Art of Digital Literacies

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!

  • 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.

    • 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. 

        • 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.