Usually, at the end of the year, I post about the edtech books that I'm most looking forward to reading, and I encourage you to go find them and read them yourselves. This year is going to be a bit different. Sure, you can still go to Amazon and look at the most popular books in the Computers and Technology or the Digital and Online Learning subjects within the Schools and Teaching topic at Amazon. However, much of the inspiration that the field of adult education needs is finally coming from the field's own practitioners and instructional designers.
download it here). The guide was presented at COABE by its co-author and edtech guru, David Rosen, and again via webinar last month with WorldEd (see the webinar recording here).
For those of you adjusting to the TASC test, our specialists have written a lesson planning guide and overview of that new test that is free to the public. You can email firstname.lastname@example.org for your own copy.