Oklahoma Encyclopmedia Conference – Oklahoma City


We have witnessed phenomenal advances in technology over the past 30 years. However, the factor that affects teaching and learning even more than technology is information. The nature of information has changed in,• What it looks like• What we look at to view it• How we find it• Where we go to find it• What we can do with it• How we communicate it

Understanding how to use technology is important. But perhaps what is even more important is redefining what it means to be literate in this networked, digital, and abundant information landscape. My keynote will seek to expand our notions of the 3Rs in the digital age.

Here are links to the online handouts for this presentation and a transcript for any backchannel conversation that occurred.

I had a fabulous time at your Encyclomedia conference. It is such a treat to be able to spend more than a couple of hours at a conference, as I am often only able to fly in, do my keynote, and then fly back out again — on to another event.

I was impressed with what I saw, the response to my ideas, and especially with the conversations I had with attendees and where they helped me to take my ideas. I learn by talking to you.

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