Jeff D. Borden

Jeff D. Borden is currently the Executive Director of the Institute for Inter-Connected Education, the Chief Academic Officer for D2L, and a Davis Scholar in Residence awarded by the Akilah Institute. As a former Chief Innovation Officer, Academic Research Director (“Think Tank”), and lifelong advocate for effective eLearning, Jeff has spoken to educators at every level, from politicians to Presidents to Principals, in 38 countries and 49 of 50 U.S. states. A passionate teaching and learning expert, Dr. Borden is generating and communicating the best possible ideas, strategies, and philosophies to transform learning at scale. Through award winning “learning ecosystem” creation, brain-based education strategies, large scale alternate reality games for education, and other creative endeavors, Dr. Borden has implemented effective learning techniques for thousands. Having written many edited book chapters, academic journal articles, editorials, blogs, and given interviews for dozens of academic and popular media, as well as having presented to more than 5,000 audiences in 20 years, Dr. Borden will provide practical, researched, intentional strategies for transforming learning.


Education 3.0 and eLearning Across Modalities
Jeff D. Borden. © 2022. 400 pages.
For many years, there has been a quest to discover the best teaching and learning methods in order to strengthen the classroom and the mind. Researchers now know more than ever...
Education 3.0: What Is It and How Do We Achieve It?
Jeff D. Borden. © 2022. 24 pages.
Education 3.0 is the confluence of known, effective throughputs in teaching and learning due to changed inputs and desired changes to output across higher education. From...
Education 3.0: Some Innovation Required
Jeff D. Borden. © 2022. 32 pages.
Bestselling organizational, behavioral, and academic authors such as Dan Pink, Peter Senge, John Medina, Clayton Christensen, and dozens more illustrate that despite...
Non-Cognitive Signals and Systems: The Science and Technology of Connectedness
Jeff D. Borden. © 2020. 23 pages.
Student success initiatives in practice, underlying technological infrastructure, and human processes, focus almost exclusively on cognitive signals for risk, persistence, and...