This is a podcast recording of Will Richardson’s keynote, “Learning in a Networked World: For Our Students and For Ourselves” on January 17, 2011, in Amarillo, Texas. Will was presenting at the “Teaching The 21st Century Student” conference hosted by Education Service Center Region 16 in the Amarillo Civic Center. Refer to the podcast shownotes for links to Will’s presentation slides on Google Docs (117 of them) as well as my text notes (with additional links) from his presentation. Many thanks to Will for not only sharing this presentation, but also granting permission for this recording to be shared here.
- Will’s presentation slides on Google Docs
- Will Richardson’s blog
- Will Richardson on Twitter: @willrich45
- My text notes (with more links) from Will’s session
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