Posts Tagged ‘online seminars’

Online seminar on Networked Learning and International Development

Tuesday, December 8th, 2009

Charalambos Vrasidas is currently hosting an online seminar on Networked Learning and International Development in the Networked Learning Conference forums – so come and join the discussions in the forum and sign up for the Networked Learning Community.

Charalambos was one of the keynotes at the Networked Learning Conference 2008 in Greece, and he made an excellent presentation on “Social Networking for Social Justice: Challenges and Possibilities”, which I blogged about at that time (or see Gráinne Conole post about the keynote).

I am sure the online seminar will be equally interesting, so do come and join the fun :-)

Invitation to the Networked Learning 2010 preconference online hot seats

Friday, September 18th, 2009

Just a service announcement related to NLC2010 – there’s a great line up of people hosting online seminars/hot seats!

Prior to the Networked Learning 2010 conference on May 3rd and 4th in Aalborg, Denmark we are offering an exciting series of online hot seats hosted by some of the leading thinkers in the field. Each hot seat will run for a week starting on the following dates:

Caroline Haythornthwaite: Learning in Social Networks and Networked Learning – starting September 28th, 2009

George Siemens and Steve Downes: Impact on Learning of Networked Technologies – starting October 26th, 2009

Charalambos Vrasidas: Networked Learning and International Development – starting December 7th, 2009

Grainne Conole: Theories and Methodologies for Research in Networked Learning – starting January 18th, 2010

Gabriel Salomon and Rupert Wegerif: Globalisation and Interculturality in Networked Learning – starting February 15th, 2010

And finally during March and April (dates to be announced) there will be hot seats hosted by the conference key notes;

Yrjo Engstrom and Etienne Wenger.

The hot seats are free to attend. All you need to do is sign up at the conference community website and join the online hot seat debates.

If you would like to start a hot seat or seminar yourself please contact Maarten De Laat

( m.f.delaat(ad) ).