ALT-C 2011 retrospective

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Image by ALT ALT-C 2011 retrospective by Steve Wheeler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 James Clay Oliver Quinlan ALT-C 2011 Julie Voce ALT-C Live Beta

The world is your classroom

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This morning I happened to stumble upon an interesting Twitter stream hashtag - #qaz11 - which I quickly realised was being generated by a group of students in the care of my old friend Jose Luis Garcia (well worth following him on Twitter: @JL3001, over at the University of Cantabria in Spain.

Trending Sources

Twitter: Le triple filtre

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Firstly, see Twitter as a fast moving stream. You can choose when to dip your toes in the water and when to let the stream flow past. Thirdly, you can filter your Twitter stream by using keywords to search for specific content.

Synching feelings

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I certainly think long and hard about what I write on this blog, because with between 1000-2000 views per day, and a stream of comments coming in from those who either agree or disagree with my views, I sure feel as though I am being peer reviewed.

Engage and inspire

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tools in teaching and learning, and the entire event will be searchable under the Twitter stream #saltash11. Much of the conference will also be live streamed at this site. I don't normally enjoy working over a weekend, but I'm looking forward to this one.

Future directions

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You can follow the live stream from the Conference, including the keynote speeches here at this link and via the #edendublin Twitter hashtag. Future directions by Steve Wheeler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0

Hacking education

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All of the fabulous contributions can be found on the Twitter stream hashtag #punklwf The day was rounded off with an excellent Teachmeet with standing room only. Image source Hacking education by Steve Wheeler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0

Robot invasion!

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See you there, or follow on the #pelc11 hashtag and via live streaming (of selected events) on the conference website. by Steve Wheeler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0

The next ten years

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Follow the conference online using the hashtag #JISC11Watch the live streamed sessions online today and after the conference here. I spent yesterday at the JISC Annual conference in the Liverpool Echo Arena.

Around the world in three days

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Expect the Twitter stream to go crazy, as this week the Reform Symposium takes us around the world in 3 days. Image by EraPhernalia Around the world in three days by Steve Wheeler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0

Fire and brimstone

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The talk seemed to go down well, but one of my remarks, about creativity seemed to ruffle a feather or two. I also remarked that if we don't teach in creative ways, then no wonder our students are bored and demotivated.

Turning up the volume

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A fair amount of my time was taken up working with James Clay and Darren Moon (LSE) on the live streaming TV channel ALT-C Live Beta , which I helped to present. We have enjoyed an interesting, intense and invigorating few days at the ALT-C event in Leeds this week.

Talking to camera

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I would have no more than a minute or two to find out a little about them and formulate a few questions and then it was straight in with the live streaming interview. Talking to camera by Steve Wheeler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0

It's about the kids

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The #pelc11 Twitter stream was alive and kicking long before the event started, with over 300 tweets before the conference started at 1pm. The Plymouth e-Learning Conference (PeLC) is over for another year, but the memories and the reverberations will be there for a long time, methinks.

Learning without Frontiers

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It is very high quality, both in audio and visual terms, and there is also a separate live stream for slides. Why can't we take the best teachers and the best lessons and broadcast/stream them to all interested schools?

Aotearoa. kei te aroha au ki a koe

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In Hamilton, the statue of Richard O'Brien as Riff-Raff is bizarre, and is streamed live on the internet through a web cam, 24/7. kei te aroha au ki a koe by Steve Wheeler is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-ShareAlike 3.0 New Zealand is simply amazing.

Cammy Beans Learning Visions: e-Learning Guild Mobile Learning Report

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Instead, take elements (intro, practice, exit) -- and think about how you can reuse them in creative ways. Could you stream out a motivating example to learners before they come to a learning event? Cammy at Learning Solutions #ls2010 Audio Interview with Will Thalheimer on Common Des.