The mission of Sener Knowledge LLC is to co-create knowledge which leads to positive change in education, learning, and society. Sener Knowledge focuses primarily on supporting the development of various forms of technology-enabled learning through high-quality, effective, accessible learning environments, systems, programs, and experiences.
As a pioneer in online education, he provides a unique mixture of broad practical experience and academic expertise. As director of special initiatives for the Sloan Consortium, Sener has been an effective practices editor since 2002 and has served on the Journal of Asynchronous Learning Networks editorial board since its inception in 1996. He also served as a member of the Council on Academic Management for eArmyU. Sener’s 25+ year career in education and training encompasses a unique mélange of learning experiences. He holds degrees from Johns Hopkins University and Oberlin College.
Update 4.24.12: John Sener recently published a book, The Seven Futures of American Education: Improving Learning and Teaching in a Screen-Captured World (CreateSpace, 21 March 2012). A brief summary and reviews by Burks Oakley (4.11.12) and Gary R. Brown (4.14.12) are available at the Amazon site.
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