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Presentation slides for the session at the ETUG 2010 Fall Workshop in New Westminster, British Columbia
Presenter: Stuart Berry, Camosun College
Description: This session will discuss the broader implications and issues of the use of social networking software within both formal and informal learning environments.
Two Examples of the use of the ELGG Social Software Environment to Support Learning
Part 1: Academic Blogging Circle
Glenn Groulx will showcase collaborative and cooperative blogging methods to facilitate discussion and build bridges between faculty, alumni, students, and administrators using the Academic Blogging Circle within an ELGG environment.
Part 2: Living Archives
Stuart Berry will discuss his doctoral research project with online students within the ELGG environment to facilitate student interaction, knowledge creation, and to encourage the use of an online archive to act as bridges between and among different cohorts of learners.