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Open Networked Learning presentation to KnowTips 2006

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I gave a 1 hour talk through Elluminate to the KnowTips Conference on Open Networked Learning today. I think it went pretty well, although we did experience a small problem with everyone not realising they they were meant to control the slides their end. To be honest, I thought I had control too. But eventually that was clarified and everyone was on the same visual page with regards to the presentation slides.

I was able to get through the presentation in 30 minutes and open the mic up for questions and discussion for the remaining 30 minutes which was good, we had some very good questions and discussion - thanks Bronwyn for being there and for the questions and comments, having you there calmed my nerves a bit.

So, you can listen and watch the recorded Elluminate session if you like. If you have trouble with getting Elluminate recording, download the MP3 audio recording (7mb) and follow along with the presentation slides.

The supporting Moodle space is also avaliable where you can find the introductory text for the talk, preliminary reading, and discussion forums currently running.

Hope you have the time to have a look and listen.

1 Responses to “Open Networked Learning presentation to KnowTips 2006”

  1. Blogger alexanderhayes 

    Count yourself as being one of the lucky ones Leigh.

    I'll be months (hopefully not years) trying to convince my institutional elders that something as brilliant as this networked blogging environment that you operate in is critical the the future success and health of it's inhabitants. on.

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