A map of learning technology – 2014

I’ve been at The Learning Technology Conference in London all day, which somewhat eroded my time for writing (although a great opportunity to catch up with so many people). Just a short post tonight then: a map of the learning technology i’ve seen today.

A map of Learning Technology 2014

A reflective map of the ways learning technology is facilitating the Social Age

I’ve grouped it into six areas: infrastructure, sharing, curation, broadcast, scoring and subverting. This isn’t a deeply reflective classification: it just represents my mental map as i walked around the event.

Many of these areas support core features of the Social Age: the building of reputation, the use of narratives and storytelling, notions of democratisation of communities and the collapse of formal power structures.

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10 Responses to A map of learning technology – 2014

  1. amyparent says:

    I’ve been in an Education Technology Conference for the last two days in Orlando, Florida! We should have fun comparing notes! Big theme right now……personalizing learning.

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  3. Andy Johnson says:

    Thanks for the info, Julian. I’m visiting the event today (Thursday) for the first time – very much looking forward to it. Hearing lots of good things so far.

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