Hindsight 2020

picture taken by me at Gartner conf. No rights reserved by me.

Get your time machine ready.  I’ll be presenting a panel session at the LILAC Conference in April.

We’ll be telling the stories of edtech past and futures.

Hindsight bias can be dangerous if it leads us to think we ‘knew it all along’ . We all suffer sometimes from memory distortion (“I said it would happen”), inevitability (“It had to happen”), and foreseeability (“I knew it would happen”). Our panel will join you in reflecting on, considering and explaining what has happened and how things that didn’t happen, could have happened. How would things be different if we knew then what we know now?

Each of our panel have more than 10 years as change agents in information and digital literacy and have led high profile initiatives to shift thinking and disrupt traditional ideas in (in)different institutions and sectors. Together they will bring unique perspectives on the topic of ‘2020 hindsight’. Come along to find out if their radical inclinations have been tempered by their time in institutions. The panel will include past LILAC keynoters and information literacy campaigners.

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