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March 25, 2009

Thanks, team!

March 25, 2009

Now that the formal part of the project is over and the final report is pretty much ready to go, it's time to acknowledge that it's been a team effort and thank everyone.Sounds Good has involved many people, staff and students, all of whom helped the project to succeed in one way or another. Thanks are particularly due ...

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March 23, 2009

So where are we?

March 23, 2009

At the end of February I called ‘time’ on Sounds Good: audio feedback after that date would not be taken into account when writing up the project. Since then, I’ve been gathering and analysing information and drafting the reports for JISC. Several months ago I asked on the blog ‘Are we nearly there yet?’ Only now, after ...

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March 16, 2009

Digital Literacy Debate

March 16, 2009

Picture credit CollaboraiveSociability by vaXzineI've put up a wiki to help organize attendees, resources, schedule and outputs from the Digital Literacy debate that will be taking place online, in Elluminate, on Friday 27 March 2009, at 1pm GMT. The event arose from conversations on Twitter, around the meaning and definition of digital literacy, and frustration about ...

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March 10, 2009

Ceci n'est pas une pipe?

March 10, 2009

There will be a wiki to put the link? ...

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Critical friendship

March 10, 2009

The critical friends are launching a portal. This will go live at the end of the month. They are looking for feedback on the benefits for stakeholders: project teams, critical friends themselves, and institutional managers.Reflexive generativity in a difficult role to sustain.This will be very useful for a CoP of critical friends, as well as for those about to ...

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Welcome to Next Generation Techonologies in Practice (NGTiP09)

March 10, 2009

Click on the NGTiP 09 link to the right. Then "Join this Event Network". Tag your posts, pics and tweets #NGTiP09. This conference looks inward, outward and upward. It is a celebration of all the user communties that have been created, nurtured and developed through the Userts and Innovation programme; it is a celebration of the Emerge community; and, ...

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ThoughtFest 09

March 10, 2009

Last week I was fortunate to be one of the attendees at the fantastic Thought Fest 2009 conference, held at the University of Salford's Think Lab. Organised by organized by Pontydysgu with the support of the JISC Evolve network and the European Mature-IP project, the event attracted top class learning technology researchers and practitioners from across Europe. Potential ...

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March 08, 2009

Connectivism - conclusions from CCK08 study

March 08, 2009

Here is a reworked version of my conclusions from a paper on connectivism that I recently submitted to a conference.  I can’t publish whole paper prior to review and (hopefully) publication at web site but I would be interested in comments on my findings.  Related work is under CCK08 category on this blog. Cormier   identified as […] [Read more ...

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February 22, 2009

Too little too late?

February 22, 2009

(Posted by 'magsinhull' - Maggie Holmes) A thousand apologies for being so tardy with this: I've been running around trying to get to grips with my new job, but I'm now in a position to start if it is not too late. Below are a few points that have occurred to me. They relate to my context of teaching ...

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February 11, 2009

Simon (York)

February 11, 2009

(Posted by Simon Sweeney, York St John University) HELLLLLLLOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOOO!!!!Finally managed to get back in to the Blog. The trouble is if you use three computers, three email addresses and forty seven and three quarters passwords you make mistakes. However, with the help of my pet whippet I now have an ENTIRELY MEMORABLE blog password!!!!!!!!OK, Sounds Good!!!???This has been - ...

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