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JANUARY 22, 2011 Why you should go to Learning Technologies 2011
In 2009 I spent more of my time upstairs, attending a couple of conference sessions. This will be my fourth Learning Technologies show and each year I’ve taken something different from the experience. In 2008 I’d been working in the industry for just over six months. couple of hours walking round the exhibition opened my eyes to just how broad and varied and interesting the industry is. Suddenly I wasn’t just working in the bespoke e-learning field, but in the much wider world of learning and development. In 2010 I was back down on the exhibition floor for a lot of the time.
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FEBRUARY 19, 2013 #EDCMOOC: utopias & dystopias – looking to the future (part 3)
In 2009, Rebecca Johnston wrote a paper called ‘Salvation or destruction: Metaphors of the internet’ whilst working towards her PhD. was surprised to see a relatively old paper on the resource list for the second week of E-learning and Digital Cultures , but actually found it interesting reading. Johnston analysed a sample of editorials from 2008 in the USA, to identify categories of metaphors used for the internet, concluding that there were four main categories: physical space, physical time, salvation and destruction. Salvation and destruction. Self-fu lfilling prophecies.
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