Heading for Vancouver!
Tomorrow, I am heading to Vancouver for the 14th annual World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare and Higher Education, better known as E-Learn. It lasts all next week. It is, generally speaking, a meeting of a very large group of e-learning/online education and training practitioners and academics. I hope to meet a few new people, and also to learn about what’s the latest of the latest in the world of instructional technology.
On Thursday at 5:15PM in “Room 7” (which turns out to be Junior Ballroom C), I will be giving a presentation on the social-networking-based mentoring system that I am developing. I hope you attend!
I am also attending about 27 presentations given by others, mostly on virtual worlds (like Second Life) and social networking. The plan is to post a short descriptions of highlights from each day’s presentation here, on neo-academic, each evening. But we all know well that usually goes.
If you’re attending and would like to connect, just e-mail me or tweet my way (@rnlanders).
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