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Media and Learning Ecosystems: Blurring Boundaries, Changing Minds

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Keynote presentation delivered on 26.11.2010 at the Media and Learning Conference, Brussels http://bit.ly/eaOlix

Keynote presentation delivered on 26.11.2010 at the Media and Learning Conference, Brussels http://bit.ly/eaOlix

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  • Typical scenarios
  • Video Clip – Interpersonal relationships/mediation through the screenhttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aI95znvdl2M
  • Demonstration vs. conversation
  • Professionalised spaces
  • Production techniques (show films on YouTube)
  • Benefits outweigh risks, relationships enhanced and ongoing
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    • 1. Media and Learning Ecosystems: Blurring Boundaries Changing Minds Helen Keegan Senior Lecturer and Researcher Interactive Media and Social Technology University of Salford, UK twitter.com/heloukee http://heloukee.wordpress.com h.keegan@salford.ac.uk
    • 2. The Screen
    • 3. The Big Shift Then Now
    • 4. AUTONOMY OWNERSHIP
    • 5. PHOTO SLIDESHOW 1. Media Culture 4. Role fluidity 2. Careers 3. Disciplines
    • 6. 1. Media Culture
    • 7. 2. Education to Industry
    • 8. EUREKA!
    • 9. 3. Disciplinary boundaries
    • 10. Mobile Phone Film project Disciplinary assumptions Learning through discontinuity Generative constraints Rethinking practice
    • 11. “When the new media replace or mix with traditional ones, a long established practice may be perturbed or even disrupted by the discontinuity.... the appearance of a new medium in a specific domain of practice, whatever conceptualization one may prefer to account for the phenomenon, is always a complex and dynamic event, involving a blend of discontinuity and continuity, disruption as well as construction” LANZARA (2010) Remediation of practices: How new media change the ways we see and do things in practical domains First Monday Volume 15, Number 6 - 7 June 2010
    • 12. 4. Roles (fluid/fixed)
    • 13. “I took the speed reading course and read ‘War and Peace’ in twenty minutes. It’s about Russia” WOODY ALLEN
    • 14. THE END
    • 15. Image Credits: SLIDE 2 – Luc Legay http://www.flickr.com/photos/luc/2944876508/ SLIDE 11 http://superfastcomputer.com/archive/2003_05_01_archive.html SLIDE 21 – Eddi 07 http://www.flickr.com/photos/spiritual_marketplace/3541738339 Media and Learning Ecosystems: Blurring Boundaries Changing Minds Helen Keegan ... And the fantastic students from: • MSc Audio Production • MSc and BSc Professional Sound and Video Technology

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