Tag Archives: Warren Buckleitner

“Free” apps tend to…

It’s time to rethink how children’s apps are bought and sold. For less than the cost of a juice box,  Yet, for many parents, librarians, and even teachers -- that’s too much money. APP STORES Especially Google, Apple, and Amazon should increase the transparency whenever “free” is used, to the point of asking publishers to…
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And the Winner Is….

Once Upon an App – Dust or Magic – Highlights Foundation We arrived in Boyds Mill, PA. this afternoon to celebrate spring, and excellence in interactive literacy – more specifically apps, this eclectic group has gathered for very intense few days to share insights into the digital world of books. This rural retreat, held at…
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Edtech & Legends – the last 50 years

A special video came through my inbox this week and it reminded me about the changes in education and the constant evolution in tech. This is a lengthy video, but I do encourage anyone involved in EdTech to watch it through. I learned so much from these wise women and was reminded of the Dynabook designed by Alan…
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Dust or Magic Conference 2014

Dust or Magic Conference 2014 “An idea can become dust or magic depending upon the talent that rubs against it.” (Matsuo Bashō (松尾 芭蕉), from the foreword of the book by Bob Hughes with modifications by Roger Wagner).   Wow! Feel so privileged to have been in the company of so many experts and talented professionals,…
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