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Debate propositions session OEB2009: Mixed Media for Learning: Hype or Hit?

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  • 1. Debatepropositions
    OEB2009: Mixed Media forLearning: Hype or Hit?
  • 2. We are using a back channel
    Surf to http://www.wilfredrubens.com
    Use the #oebmm
  • 3. Source: http://xkcd.com/386/
  • 4. Christine Redecker
    More! Just give me MORE!More informationeverywhere, more knowledge to gather, more people to follow,more links to see... How do we paceourselves (and ourlearners) so we don'tget nuts in the process of learning in the eLearning 2.0 age?
  • 5. Inge de Waard
    The 21st centurylearning management system is personal and basedonmashuptechnology
  • 6. John Hill
    We cancreate a powerfulmedia-rich online class setting withcheaptechnology and without a virtuallearning environment
    InspiredbyArne Horst
  • 7. Paul den Hertog
    Whenimplementinganyrich-media environment in a largeeducationalinstitution, developmentshouldalways start bottom-up and with a strong focus ontechnology and without ANY focus onorganizationalprocesses and regulations.
  • 8. Teachersneed to know the zone of possibility of technologies, butalwaysrelated to pedagogy and content
  • 9. Socialcomputingapplications and learning: easy to usetechnology, difficult concept and therefore hard to adopt
  • 10. We don'talwaysneed a 'knowledgeableother' to bebreathing down ournecks as we negotiatemeaning and learnforourselvesSteve Wheeler, 2009