where did September go ?and did anything exciting happen? ALT-C 2011 came and went and from the feedback I have had and the ALT-C TV clips I have watched, it was another great event.
The next couple of months are going to be very busy looking after Indonesian tertiary educators and then some more from Saudi Arabia. Retirement has never been so good! At least I get to go the Hobart in December to present at ascilite [to make up for all the hard work]. Tasmania will be a new experience, especially as the conference is in the Casino building. I’m betting the conference is going to be a good one .
Anyway, in the posting this month I’ve added a few extras as September was a bit light on substance. There are links to instructional design, community of learning, shared video resource, learner benefits and how you know, technologies for learning activities, digital Blooms Taxonomy, educational Origami, Web 2.0 resources, Google tools to support learning,information fluency,vocational education report, conferences and the odd one out.
Should keep you occupied until October fest.
1. An online community of learning called eBrainz has been developed where we host personal interest courses created by members of the public. The assistance to design and get courses online is entirely free.
eLearningWatch October 2011