In this episode, Erik and Kris discuss lots of news including Royal Roads University's free micro-credential system, new Google certificates, Scott Galloway's $30 million education venture, and Microsoft's Viva and Mesh platforms. For #EdTechOfficeHours our co-hosts recommend the best website creation platforms and address file naming conventions. Kris and Erik also provide a mini-review of Cal Newport's books Deep Work, Digital Minimalism, and A World Without Email. Finally, they also talk about essential (yet mundane) home office gear.
*Royal Roads University micro-credentials
*New Google certificates
*Scott Galloway raises $30 million
*Hugo (Erik's example on GitHub Pages)
File naming conventions
*Medium - Mike Lord
*Princeton University Library
Mini review of Cal Newport's Books
*A World Without Email
Mundane (yet essential) office gear
*Powered USB hub
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Erik Christiansen, Co-Founder & Co-Host
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Christopher Hoang, Audio Producer & Sound Engineer
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