Nancy White is an invited speaker at ED-MEDIA 2009 (now only a few weeks away!). After a bit of a challenge trying to synchronize our schedules for an interview, she kindly agreed to respond to a few questions … Read more
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A few weeks ago, I delivered a presentation for presenters new to ED-MEDIA. The session – titled Presenting for Impact – provided rich (and humbling) irony as many things went wrong. At least I now have a new … Read more
Alan Levine (who barks wisdom at cogdogblog) has been actively involved in media, web, and instructional design for well over a decade. Alan is the Vice President Community and CTO at New Media Consortium. He is also a … Read more
>> Check Out ED-MEDIA’s insider Bonnie Best’s Picks for Honolulu, Hawaii! << ED-MEDIA 2009 is quickly approaching and many of you have asked what there are the best things to do in Honolulu, Hawaii. So for all searching … Read more
Rick Mrazek is one of the invited speakers for ED-MEDIA 2009. His topic is “Emerging Technologies and Repurposing Multimedia: Linkages and Mysteries.” In this short interview Rick talks about the kinds of resources that he is repurposing and … Read more
For all the effort conferences spend on peer review and ensuring quality (novel) research is presented, too little attention is paid to the actual presentation. At several conferences during the last 18 months, I’ve noticed organizers are turning … Read more
We’ve launched the AACE Social Networking page w/ links to all our blogs & social networking places on the web! http://aace.org/networking/
From George Siemens, Program Co-Chair, posted at http://blog.aace.org/edmedia/: “We want the event to be more participative and more engaging, while still meeting the high academic standards ED-MEDIA has exhibited in its past. It can be difficult to strike … Read more