The Future of Education – online conference, going, going…

I’ve been traveling and presenting (not to mention trying to keep up with my real work) non-stop this week, so I haven’t had much chance to participate in The Future of Education online conference that’s been going on. But I second Leigh’s huzzah’s for how George Siemens is running the show. The Moodle site is well set up, and I’ve begun catching up with the sessions I’ve missed via the podcast feed. Nifty use of a Pageflakes Portal as well.

The line-up of presenters is first rate. Today, the live sessions wrap up with David Weinberger, Mark Oehlert, and… uh-oh. I’d better get ready.

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2 Responses to The Future of Education – online conference, going, going…

  1. Leigh says:

    Hey Blamb! Nice show at FOE. You gunna blog the link to that wiki? The Elliminate recording won’t let me copy paste and I haven’t thought to just write it down yet. We gotta get out of this conference presentation format. I wanna make movies, and be a VJ. Education, media and sociology still the main theme of course. That’s the future for me, you keen?

  2. Brian says:

    Leigh! Your FOE session is cued in my podcast menu. We’ll be riding the bus to UBC together soon.

    Here’s the wiki URL:

    This conference was set up well, but gotta admit you articulate desires I harbour as well. I wanna do some media banging — go cat go! Hey ho let’s go!

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