November 28, 2011
Media & Learning: Re-imagining sacred cows: what are the implications of social networking on media and learning?
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November 28, 2011
Media & Learning: Re-imagining sacred cows: what are the implications of social networking on media and learning?
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I did a session at Media and Learning in Brussels last week. I’m embedding the slides below and including the link to the dowloadable deck with notes here.

The session was amazing including contributions from Helen Keegan, University of Salford, UK, Claudio Dondi, SCIENTER, Italy, Gráinne Conole, Beyond Distance Research Alliance, University of Leicester, UK and Moderator: Tom Wambeke, ILO, Italy.

The audience acted as co-panelist and helped us really focus in on issues related to social media & networking in media and learning. I’ve summarized the things I said in the notes in the downloadable version of the deck.

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2011-12-23 13:40:09
2011-12-23 13:40:09

[…] Media and Learning was a two-day conference with good attendence and some excellent keynotes. In particular it was nice to hear Donald Clark. Interestingly he argued that lecturing was now a good delivry mode but he gave a great lecture! I was involved in a panel session at the end of the first day, with Claudio Donde and Helen Keegan. Allen Patridge from Adobe gave a nice provocative introduction to the session on the holy cows of elearning. See his blog post about it https://elearning.adobe.com/2011/11/media-learning-re-imagining-sacred-cows-what-are-the-implic… […]

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2011-12-11 21:02:19
2011-12-11 21:02:19

[…] to provide the current best thinking, research, and innovation for the effective utilization of Technology For Educators in higher education, professional education, workplace learning, continuing education, and […]

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2011-11-30 07:34:00
2011-11-30 07:34:00

Hello Allen Partridge….

Lisa Gualtieri, PhD and I are Editors-in-Chief for a new journal called:
Future Learning (www.futurelearning.info). Future Learning aims to
provide the current best thinking, research, and innovation for the
effective utilization of technology for educators in higher education,
professional education, workplace learning, continuing education, and
life-long learning. We seek to make it a solid “go-to” resource for those
seeking to advance any learning initiative utilizing technology as the
primary communication vehicle or to supplement classroom teaching.

Your recent blog entry, questioning the implications of social media on learning
(https://elearning.adobe.com/2011/11/media-learning-re-imagining-sacred-cows-what-are-the-implications-of-social-networking-on-media-and-learning.html#comments) inspired
me to ask for you to consider a contribution to our January 2012 inaugural
(special) issue: Social Media and Learning.

Lisa and I would be so honored to have a piece by you in this first issue…

Please let us know your thoughts… the special issue call for papers is on the site as well as author instructions.

All the best…
Wendy L. Williams, BSN, M.Ed.
e: wendywilliams@baltzersciencepublishers.com
Future Learning – Editor-in-Chief

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