Reclaiming Educational Technology Part 4: Higher Ed and startup cultures

The fourth and final part of the Reclaiming Educational Technology series, recorded at the University of Mary Washington after Open Education 2014.

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Reclaiming Educational Technology Part 2: Fostering a culture of innovation

This one's a gem. Well, they all are, but this interview is especially relevant for me because at the time of the interview UMW's DTLT had just moved into their shiny new digs - and the Taylor Institute at UCalgary was still under construction. There were a LOT of parallels between DTLT and what was becoming the TI at UCalgary. The tension between “Innovation” and “Enterprise” colours all of our work, and it was great to hear from these amazing people about their work and experiences in the field.

Reclaiming Edtech Part 2:  Fostering a culture of innovation, featuring commentary from:

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Reclaiming Educational Technology Part 1: The Business and Politics of Edtech

It's time to re-reboot the podcast, starting by resurrecting the audio from the Reclaiming Educational Technology interviews that were recorded during a hackathon event hosted at the University of Mary Washington after Open Education 2014.

I keep coming back to these episodes, even 5 years later, as they are full of amazing insights by incredibly passionate and interesting people. I'll be posting the audio from all 4 episodes shortly…

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Brian Lamb and RRU's LRNT 525 class

It's time to kick off the Taylor Institute Learning Technologies (TILT) podcast series. I was fortunate to be invited to chat with Brian Lamb and Royal Roads University's LRNT 525 class, nominally to talk about institutional change management and decision making, but it turned into a wide-ranging discussion of innovation and the tension between creativity and enterprise-scale.

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