Category Archives: learning2.0

Mobile Learning Sprint

Last week, Educause offered Mobile Sprint, 5 lunch time webinars over 5 days ¬†on mobile learning. I must admit, I liked the continuing discussion that the 5 days allowed – it was more than just a webinar and it wasn’t … Continue reading

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Flash Instruction

Insider Higher Ed recently had a post on Edupunk, something I first got interested in about three years ago (and from there my interest in Libpunk). This article intrigued me with the idea of flash seminars. You’ve probably heard of … Continue reading

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Research leave and Learning 2.0

Yes, it’s been a while since I’ve posted – as with most people I know, I’ve been incredibly busy. Luckily, I can now say that I’m on research leave! Unfortunately (or not, depending on how you view it) it will … Continue reading

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It’s official! I’m Learning 2.0 certified!

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Final Word

Well, it seems the Emerging Technologies Group snuck in one more activity for us – a sum up of the program. What can I say, I think it rocked! I think that communication in the library has already gone up … Continue reading

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The End is Nigh

Yes, learning 2.0 is winding down. This is our last week of assignments and then a couple of weeks to catch up. It’s been a great program and I think a lot of people enjoyed it or at least learned … Continue reading

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More on Gaming

Well, we just finished our gaming week for learning 2.0, so I thought I’d post something (although I promise it will be short. People are likely tired of hearing my thoughts on gaming and Second Life). The week itself was … Continue reading

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