How can technology best serve learning? A look by O’Reilly’s Dale Dougherty

[ 0 ] May 17, 2010 |

Dale Dougherty over at O’Reilly Radar published a post on “An evoloving set of best practices would help educational technology projects” last week.  It’s a fantastic read – and went beyond what technology can do for learning but instead suggests a 13-point framework to reflect upon when thinking about technology for learning.

I’d like to suggest any team with a project getting ready to submit for a conference, competition or investor give a read over Dale’s 13 points and reflect, itereate and create.

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Category: Extended Learning, Higher Education, K-12

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