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E-Learning 2.0 Conference

June 7, 2012

Our EDUC5103 class participated in the E-learning 2.0 Conference hosted by Brunel Business School, part of Brunel University located in West London, United Kingdom. This was part of Dr Maggie McPherson’s keynote – and it was a good opportunity for the group to introduce their ideas on new pedagogies. Below are the links to each team’s blogs and videoclip on the following general theme: If the lecture was pedagogy to the book, what would be pedagogy to mobile technology?

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Blog: Flipping the Classroom
http://flippingtheclassroom.wordpress.com/
YouTube:
http://youtu.be/iAPxwc-eNqw
Ruth Skillen
Thom Macdonald
Matthew Grabinsky
Gareth OBrien
Kevin Dougherty
Blog: Dynamagogy?
http://dynamagogy.posterous.com/
YouTube:
http://bit.ly/NMGKPl
Michael Martin
Asifa Aamir
Jaclyn Calder
Linda Burkholder
Peter Callaghan
Erica Sanders
Blog: Students at the Centre
http://studentsatthecentre.wordpress.com/
YouTube:
http://youtu.be/o9lz0FCMjuc
Elizabeth Browning
Jennifer Levine
Stephanie Chislett
Andrew Cohen
Amy Blizzard
Blog: The Blogging Adventures of The S.S. BRC!
http://blogging-adventures-of-ssbrc.blogspot.ca/
YouTube http://bit.ly/Kxykrv
Safia Dakri
Sasha Goel
Candida Silveira
Roshni Patel
Bavina Kobeer
Blog: New Approaches to Learning
http://uoitonlinetech.wordpress.com/
YouTube:http://youtu.be/_P3ke273nr8
Charles Berger
Victoria Thompson
Colin Ng
Shem Sewchand
Andrea Vasilopoulos
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2 Comments leave one →
  1. June 7, 2012 2:42 pm

    Thanks everyone for seeing us past the technical glitches…

  2. June 8, 2012 11:17 am

    This is a great resource! I’m putting a news item together for the Leeds Education website.

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