I’m delighted to announced that my article for Stir to Action magazine, ‘Digital Employability for the New Economy’ will be published in their Summer 2017 issue entitled The Cult of Innovation.
Those paying close attention to this blog will have already seen the draft of this article and I encourage everyone to buy the magazine, or better yet, become a subscriber (like me!)
- Law Column — Ana Stanic
- Commons Column — Michel Bauwens
- The Cult of Innovation — Dan Gregory
- Rural Project — Ben Eagle
- Rethinking Education for Co-operation — Cilla Ross
- Digital Employability for the New Economy — Doug Belshaw
- Interview: Brianna Wettlaufer & Nuno Silva
- The William Morris Economy — Simon Parker
- Post-Brexit: English Futures — Andy Goldring
- Q&A: Imandeep Kaur
- The Ethics of Economics — Matthew Wilson
- Playing for our Lives — Inez Aponte
- Review: Kate Raworth’s Doughnut Economics — Anna Laycock
About this time last year, the Irish Learning Technology Association (ILTA) kindly invited me over to keynote their annual conference. I had a great time and presented on Zen and the Art of Digital Literacies.
Subsequently, I was asked to write it up as an article for the inaugural issue of the ILTA’s journal, which has been published recently. They’ve done a really nice job of creating a responsive, web-native, open-access journal that also include the video of me presenting.
Check it out here: http://journal.ilta.ie/2013/05/21/zen-and-the-art-of-digital-literacies/
(you should also take time to go through the other articles in the issue)
The Guardian Teacher Network published my piece on the purpose of education yesterday. I like to experiment with new formats, so the whole piece is made up of questions – much like Padgett Powell’s The Interrogative Mood: a novel?
I’d be interested in your comments over there (I’ve turned them off here to encourage you to do so!)