Monthly Archives: November 2008

E-Learn 2008 Recap

Ok, I am back from a very successful E-Learn 2008 Conference in Las Vegas. I actually got home a few days ago, but it has taken a little while to catch my breath. We set attendance records with more than
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SITE 2009 – Technology & Teacher Ed. Final Call (Charleston, SC): Due Dec. 10

** Join with 1,200+ Colleagues from 50 Countries ** * Please forward to a colleague * http://site.aace.org/conf/call.htm NOTE: The Advance Program/Registration is online: http://www.aace.org/conf/site/registration/ ______________________________________________________ SITE 2009 Society for Information Technology and Teacher Education International Conference March 2-6, 2009  *
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Language Translation Capacity added to E-Learn Blog

Participants in the E-Learn 2008 Blog can now view postings in quite a few languages.  You simply enter the Blog off the E-Learn 2008 Las Vegas home page and then click on the Translate Blog link below the blue Resource
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E-Learn Keynote and Invited Speakers Introduced Using…..

All E-Learn 2008 Keynote and Invited speakers were asked to respond to the following questions in an effort 1) to give attendees insights into their perspectives and histories on technology and 2) to avoid reading brief bios readily available to
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Got Twitter?

Got Twitter? I don’t mean only in “do you have a twitter account?”. That’s the easy part. I’m referring to whether you’ve wrapped your mind around what twitter is and why it’s getting so much attention. Twitter is best seen
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A Great Asia-Day at E-Learn

 If you see any of the following at the conference this week, feel free to ask them about the E-Learning Asia-Day Symposium.  Katsuaki Suzuki from Japan.  Daniel Tan form China.  Mimi Lee from the United States.  Siew-Mee Barton from Australia.
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E-Learning Asia Day Pre-Conference Symposium is a Go!

The E-Learn Asia Day Pre-Conference Symposium was initiated with enthusiastic welcoming remarks by Curtis Bonk and Gary Marks.  The first speaker, Dr. Okhwa Lee from Korea, spoke on different types mentoring based on her survey data that indicate the important role
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Getting ready for E-Learn

E-Learn 2008 is shaping up to a great learning experience for conference attendees and presenters. A quick look through the conference program reveals a good blend of theory, practice, research, and technology. Congrats to organizers! One of the more substantial
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Interview with Dr. Ellen Wagner, E-Learn 2008 Keynote Speaker

An Interview with Dr. Ellen Wagner, Principal Analyst, Sonoma Partners LLP, USA, Keynote at the E-Learn Conference in Las Vegas, November, 2008 Information on her keynote: http://www.aace.org/conf/elearn/speakers/wagner2.htm and http://www.aace.org/conf/elearn/speakers/ Biographical Information: Ellen Wagner is an independent learning industry analyst, strategist
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Experiments in YouTube Learning

For my talk on Tuesday, 2:45 PM (Learning from and Teaching on YouTube), I'll be reflecting on some of the lessons my students and I have learned while challenging the architectural, entertainment, and corporate imperatives of YouTube by trying to
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