Alec Couros (Professor of Educational Technology & Media at the Faculty of Education, University of Regina.),  Kathy Schrock (creator of Kathy Schrock’s Guide to Everything, currently online adjunct graduate-level professor at two universities and an independent educational technologist.) and Toni Downes (Executive Dean of the Faculty of Education at Charles Sturt University).

An impressive list but what is it about?

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