Unconferences. Social media. Learning

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My pitch to the elearning network event in Bristol where I argue that events should become more social, like unconferences, so that delegates participate and learn more. This is inspired by the Tru events run by Bill Boorman.

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Unconferences. Social media. Learning

  1. 1. Unconferences. Social media. Learning.
  2. 3. Formal Informal Credit: Skyfaller (left) and Buddha with a camera
  3. 4. Presentation Conversation Credit: Donald Clark (top) and Oscar Mager
  4. 5. Consumption Participation Credit: Darwin Bell (left) and Hopkinsii
  5. 6. Quiet Noisy Credit: elycefeliz (left) and lempicki.maciek
  6. 7. Serious Fun Credit: Winconsin Historical images (left) and Oscar Mager
  7. 8. Auditory Visual Credit: Jemsweb (left)
  8. 9. Rows Circles Credit: Craig A Rodway (left)
  9. 10. Content later Content now Credit: johnthurm
  10. 11. Success in their hands Success in our hands Credit: King of the wild frontier (top) and .ante
  11. 12. Me. Personal
  12. 13. # Connected
  13. 14. Mobile
  14. 15. Content Credit: Oscar Mager
  15. 16. Narrative
  16. 17. DJ Facilitator Host Compere New skills
  17. 18. <ul><li>“ The anarchic nature of the sessions took some getting used to. Tracks could be organised, re-arranged or changed on the fly to suit the whim of the audience. ” </li></ul><ul><li>“ The ability to engage with and directly challenge speakers (and other audience members) allowed for a much deeper investigation of the core issues than you would normally expect.” </li></ul>New approach
  18. 19. Learning is social Learning is fun Let’s do events differently
  19. 20. Martin Couzins @martincouzins

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