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Past Event
March 2, 2020

Martin Kurzweil at the Trusted Learner Network Unconference

Martin Kurzweil is participating in the inaugural gathering of the Trusted Learner Network (TLN) Community, taking place on March 2, in Scottsdale, Arizona The TLN is an effort Arizona State University has undertaken, through a technical collaboration with Salesforce, to build a secure, open-source approach to recording, curating, and sharing data on abilities plus skills across the learner’s lifespan. While new technologies like blockchain are sparking new possibilities, it will take human capacity (read: community) to advance significant, learner-centered…
Past Event
October 25, 2019

Jenna Joo at Adaptive Lifelong Learning Pathways Workshop

From October 25-27, Jenna Joo is taking part in a workshop at the Virginia Tech National Capital Region Center in Arlington, Virginia, on  “Adaptive Lifelong Learning Pathways.” The workshop is designed to build connections among participants and create opportunities to develop further research and implementation of innovative education initiatives. In order to support the implementation and outcomes of this national workshop, participants will contribute to an online living document entitled “Adaptive Lifelong Learning Pathways for an Inclusive Economy.” Participants will…
Past Event
April 13, 2018

Limitations on Access: The Independent Scholar and Lifelong Learner

Roger Schonfeld at CNI

On Friday, April 13, at 9:00 am, Roger Schonfeld, Cecilia Preston, and Sarah Hare will discuss “Limitations on Access: The Independent Scholar and Lifelong Learner,” at the CNI Spring Meeting in San Diego. For more information about the conference, please see CNI’s website. Panel abstract: The vast majority of university students are at peak lifetime access to scholarly resources. After graduation, despite some alumni provisions and public library efforts, their access to indices, databases, and content platforms shrinks substantially.