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SUCCESS in modeling blended learning in theory AND practice at F2F and online conferences

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Feb 20, 2009 I gave a talk entitled "After a decade of inroads, SUCCESS in modeling blended learning in theory AND practice at F2F and online conferences" at AACE's Spaces of Interaction: An online …

Feb 20, 2009 I gave a talk entitled "After a decade of inroads, SUCCESS in modeling blended learning in theory AND practice at F2F and online conferences" at AACE's Spaces of Interaction: An online conversation on improving traditional conferences. http://www.aace.org/conf/spaces/ - Speaker schedule: http://www.aace.org/conf/spaces/speakers/ - George Siemens's 4 min. introduction to the event: http://www.aace.org/conf/spaces/intro/player.html - Ning http://aacecommunity.ning.com/ for conversation and brainstorming before, during, and after the presentations.

My abstract: The presenter has been a long-time advocate and agitator for broadcasting online both into and out of on-site professional development events and conferences. The presenter describes inroads made during the past decade from 1999 to the present in making conferences accessible to many more than just their physically present delegates. Having debunked the myth that if conferences were open to online access on-site attendance would drop off, a case is made for the opposite scenario: that broadening channels for conversation at conference venues is a win-win situation in which everyone benefits, and conferences where these channels are blocked are the dinosaurs doomed to extinction.

* You can follow the draft as it develops at http://tinyurl.com/aace-vance
* The presentation was recorded and is available here: http://aace.na4.acrobat.com/p92907860/

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  • Vance, the last link you provided was broken....Here is the good one: http://advanceducation.blogspot.com/
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  • Thanks, Vance. Enjoyed it very much. Very informative. I like a lot the way you leave the door open for more by providing the relevant links.
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  • Nina, you are already one! And later is better than never :)

    Cheers!
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  • The Slideshare upload and conversion process has resulted in glitches in a couple of the slides.

    FIRST CONVERSION ERROR
    In slide 31 of 34, the Prime role of conferences: Modeling heuristics for effective learning, the two hyperlinks in the sidebar are neither legible nor clickable - These should read:
    Click here for:

    - The slide show of the presentation this comes from: http://tinyurl.com/5qmuxd
    - An Elluminate recording of essentially the same presentation from the Exeter slides, but given in Abu Dhabi: http://tinyurl.com/468qrp

    SECOND CONVERSION ERROR
    In slide 33 of 34, the 10 Aspects of Paradigm Shift , the text on the slide did not convert properly. I had meant to suggest that educators must make at least these ten mind-shifts in order to be able to adapt to change in the 21st century
    1. Pedagogy - from didactic TO constructivist
    2. Networking - from isolated TO connectivist models; e.g. CoPs and distributed learning networks
    3. Sharing - from copyright TO creative commons
    4. Literacy – from print dominance TO communication that tends toward multiliteracies
    5. Heuristics - from client/server TO peer to peer
    6. Formality – from Trepidation, fear of being exposed as not knowing TO F.U.N. = encourage class to explore despite risk of Frivolous Unanticipated Nonsense
    7. Transfer – from lecture, sit/get TO modeling, demonstration
    8. Directionality – from push TO pull e.g. RSS
    9. Ownership – from proprietary TO open source
    10. Classification – from taxonomy TO folksonomy

    I'll post the latter to my blog http://adVancEcucation.blogspot.com as soon as possible.
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  • Vance, thanks for the informative presentation. Some slides on Webheads work brought wonderful memories.

    Cheers!
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