If you’ve ever joined a Future Trends Forum with Bryan Alexander, you know it’s the best webinar series in education.
As always the real talk in higher ed is happening on @BryanAlexander’s #FTTE
–Jody Greene, Associate Vice Provost for Teaching and Learning,
University of California, Santa Cruz
I have met an unbelievable network of people via your Thursday forums. Thank you for the inspiring topics and people that bring together like-minded collaborators.
You are the best host I have seen over the years…
Trent Batson, Ph.D.
Director, The Last Humans Project
Thanks to you for literally conjuring up the channel of discussion from scratch. Without your presence in the community, I don’t know how else these discussions would be surfaced so accessibly.
You provide an essential service to the advancement of the HE profession and it is greatly appreciated. It is a privilege to be called upon to participate in it.
–Steve Covello, instructional designer at Granite State College
I also have to thank Bryan Alexander and his wonderful FTTE project (Future Trends in Technology and Education), specifically the Thursday Forums, for making this happen. When there is a guest on FTTE that I really want to interact with, I try to join the live Thursday event. So, when John Warner was a guest back in August 2019, I was there in the audience, and thanks to John’s kind words about my approach to teaching online (someone asked about online teaching during the Q&A), I later heard from Greg, who was John’s editor for Why They Can’t Write: Killing the Five-Paragraph Essay and Other Necessities (which is a fabulous book; highly recommended)… and that’s how this project took shape. It’s the power of connecting and sharing online!