Random meandering notes on “digital” and the fourth industrial revolution

In the absence of an established workflow for curating thoughts and resources I am using this blog post to save links to some resources. It’s also being used as an initial attempt to write down some thoughts on these resources and beyond. All very rough. Fourth industrial revolution This from the world economic forum (authored

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What if our digital technologies were protean?

“Proteus” (CC BY-NC-SA 2.0) by skooksie On Friday the 30th September 2016 I will present the paper – What if our digital technologies were protean? Implications for computational thinking, learning, and teaching – co-written by Elke Schneider and I at the ACCE’2016 conference. Other resources include: A 1 question poll; and An attempt to explore whether people

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Digital technology ignorance and its implications for learning and teaching

Slides and abstract for the presentation can be found below. A video recording of the presentation is also available. Slides Abstract Digital technology is increasingly a pervasive presence in contemporary society. The knowledge and skills required to utilise digital technologies are increasingly seen as necessary for both individuals and organisations, if they wish to become

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