I’ve shared photos from yesterday and today’s forum, “Beyond the Textbook,” in this Flickr set. I posted two collections of notes from the day, “Morning discussions on digital content, textbooks, & learning” and “Synthesizing #beyondthetextbook dialog in groups.” Interesting conversations and links continue to be shared via Twitter with the hashtag, #beyondthetextbook.

Here are a few photos of the day. My brain is tired! It was a great meet-up, and I’m sure even more good conversations will ensue. Hat tip to Joyce Valenza for sharing several of the photos below on her Flickr channel. I cross-posted them with CC share-alike attribution, per her photo licenses.

Welcome to the Beyond the Textbook Forum

Discussing the future of textbooks

Watching the video

What good scientists do

Mary Beth Hertz and Joyce Valenza posing with Choppers guys

David Jakes recording our table talk

Wes & Richard

Happy Shark Week

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