Five Minutes of Fame is the NMC’s iconic event, forcing traditionally prolific academic discussions to be made short and sweet. Learn about some of the most exciting edtech projects in five minute doses. And if a presenter goes over five minutes? We bang a giant gong and laugh them off the stage. Yes, seriously.

 

Tools for Inspired Learning

 Wednesday 15th of June 2016 04:00 PM — 05:30 PM EDT
Room: Grand Lilac Ballroom
Sarah Schauss (Skills21 at EDUCATION CONNECTION) | Matt Mervis (Skills21 at EDUCATION CONNECTION)
 
 

The Global Edupreneurship Ecosystem

 Wednesday 15th of June 2016 04:00 PM — 05:30 PM EDT
Room: Grand Lilac Ballroom
 
 

Slingin' Pi: How the Jones Media Center Uses Raspberry Pi to Deliver Student-Created Content to Digital Signage

 Wednesday 15th of June 2016 04:00 PM — 05:30 PM EDT
Room: Grand Lilac Ballroom
Anthony Helm (Dartmouth College)
 
 

Nutshell Studies of Unexplained Deaths: A 3D Modeling Study of an Historical Forensic Artifact

 Wednesday 15th of June 2016 04:00 PM — 05:30 PM EDT
Room: Grand Lilac Ballroom
Amanda Lai (University of Rochester)
 
 

Learning while Making Games... for Learning

 Wednesday 15th of June 2016 04:00 PM — 05:30 PM EDT
Room: Grand Lilac Ballroom
Owen Gottlieb (Rochester Institute of Technology)
 
 

GenJam's Got Talent?

 Wednesday 15th of June 2016 04:00 PM — 05:30 PM EDT
Room: Grand Lilac Ballroom
Al Biles (Rochester Institute of Technology)
 
 

FLEXspace: A Long Way from the Shark Tank!

 Wednesday 15th of June 2016 04:00 PM — 05:30 PM EDT
Room: Grand Lilac Ballroom
Lisa Stephens (Open SUNY Center for Online Teaching Excellence)
 
 

Emotion-Match a Game for Learning Emotional Intelligence

 Wednesday 15th of June 2016 04:00 PM — 05:30 PM EDT
Room: Grand Lilac Ballroom
Jared Bendis (Case Western Reserve University)
 
 

It's Alive! 2016 NMC Horizon Report App Demo

 Wednesday 15th of June 2016 04:00 PM — 05:30 PM EDT
Room: Grand Lilac Ballroom
Lorenzo Vallone (Mirum Learning) | Phil Ice (Mirum Learning)
 
NMCorg Join us 3/2 for our free NMC Horizon webinar all about Competency-Based Education: https://t.co/NX6Fp1VygT #DLNchat #CBE #NMChz #HigherEd
NMCorg @terrymc actually working on a dynamic web version! Stay tuned 🙂
NMCorg RT @SXSWedu: At #SXSWedu @NMCorg will address obstructions to student success and how to foster support for innovative solutions. https://t…
NMCorg RT @edscoop_news: 18 key #edtech trends & challenges in #HigherEd over next 5 years. https://t.co/mpxWsZycvx @EDUCAUSELI @NMCorg #ELI2017
NMCorg RT @paulsignorelli: Discussing the @NMCorg 2017 Horizon Report w/ @BryanAlexander Thurs, 2/23/17, 2pm ET: https://t.co/g7aKDshMZB #edtech #…
NMCorg RT @GWOnlineEd: Haven't had the chance to read the @NMCorg Horizon Report? Watch the video recap: https://t.co/joU9zXakxI #highered #innova
NMCorg What a rich conversation today on #digitalliteracy! Thank you @helenbeetham @BryanAlexander @yves998 @cherybrown & amazing audience! #NMChz
NMCorg .@Jisc on developing digital literacies: https://t.co/wxbkeEbjSy #NMChz
NMCorg .@BryanAlexander asks what does it mean to be a teacher in an edu system that values digi literacy/competency/citizenship/wellbeing? #NMChz
NMCorg These are not about algorithms but the contributions diff disciplines make to critical thinking in/of/about the digital-@helenbeetham #NMChz
NMCorg From #NMChz chat: You don’t have to be a coder to understand algorithms if their basic principles & biases are understood -@ideaspacesnet
NMCorg RT @ideaspacesnet: Liberal arts are a MakerSpace for rational thought, ideas, and dreams. #nmchz
NMCorg JRC Computational Thinking Study: https://t.co/kPPKUqRvyt via @yves998 #NMChz
NMCorg RT @lisalibrarian: .@BryanAlexander asked "What is digital well-being?" That Q has seized me. Well-being, not just competency or knowledge!…