With an unmatched passion, knowledge, and optimism related to advances in learntech, Donald Clark has over three decades of experience at the intersection of technology and learning. He is CEO of WildFire, an AI content creation company, and a professor, researcher, speaker, and learntech blogger (he's written a series of posts on 100 learning theorists who have shaped the world of learning). He’s also author of the book Artificial Intelligence for Learning. (Listen to the audio at the end of the episode for a special discount offer on the book for Leading Learning Podcast listeners.)
In episode two of our seven-part series exploring the frontiers of learning technology, Celisa talks with Donald about the important role of artificial intelligence and data in shaping the learntech landscape. They also discuss related trends, what’s on the horizon, and key ideas learning businesses and society need to consider to ensure effective and positive applications of learntech, now and in the future.
Full show notes and transcript available at leadinglearning.com/episode266.
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