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#GuildChat Going Forward

#GuildChat is a highlight for us. We really enjoy hosting the community conversations on ed tech and learning and are far from ending it’s long run – so fear not! However, the Learning Guild has a lot of activities happening these days from our conferences like DevLearn (now the DDX) …

XR for Learning – June 24, 2020

Augmented, Virtual, and other mixed reality technologies are rapidly emerging and advancing, creating new and exciting opportunities for training and education. XR for Learning collects some of the best XR content that learning professionals can learn from. Here’s this week’s recommended content. An Update on the Evolution of the Oculus …

XR for Learning – June 10, 2020

Augmented, Virtual, and other mixed reality technologies are rapidly emerging and advancing, creating new and exciting opportunities for training and education. XR for Learning collects some of the best XR content that learning professionals can learn from. Here’s this week’s recommended content. Quest’s Hand-tracking is Making It Possible to Learn …

XR for Learning Weekly – May 13, 2020

Augmented, Virtual, and other mixed reality technologies are rapidly emerging and advancing, creating new and exciting opportunities for training and education. XR for Learning Weekly collects some of the week’s best XR content that learning professionals can learn from. Here’s this week’s recommended content. Hologate Wants Its New VR Arcade …

XR for Learning Weekly – April 8, 2020

Augmented, Virtual, and other mixed reality technologies are rapidly emerging and advancing, creating new and exciting opportunities for training and education. XR for Learning Weekly collects some of the week’s best XR content that learning professionals can learn from. Here’s this week’s recommended content. Metafocus: Active and Passive Storytelling in …

#GuildChat for 03/20/20: Self-Directed Learning

Our next #GuildChat takes place Friday, March 20th at 11am PT / 2pm ET. This week’s chat is on Self-Directed Learning. In 2003, Jay Cross stated “Many learners today are not self-directed—they are waiting for directions. It’s time to tell them that the rules have changed. It’s in their self-interest …