Association for Learning Technology Online Newsletter
Issue 11 January 2008   Friday, January 25, 2008

ISSN 1748-3603

Contents
Feature article
On-line and on course
Project updates
MoleNET
Conference reviews
EDUCAUSE 2007
Book reviews
E-Teaching: Engaging Learners Through  Technology
ALT news
ALT-C 2008: Submission deadlines approaching
ALT Events
CMALT workshop
Chief Executive's Report
Reports
MySpace, Facebook, Bebo: Social Networking Students
Educators Lead the Charge in Virtual World Learning
JISC Updates
JISC Online Conference
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Editorial
by Morag Munro

Welcome to the first edition of ALT-N for 2008...
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On-line and on course
A UKeU success
by Kevin Donovan

The demise of the UKeU in 2004 damaged e-learning progress, as well as the reputations of some of those involved. However at least one initiative generated by the UKeU has subsequently gone from strength to strength.
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MySpace, Facebook, Bebo: Social Networking Students
by Mike Thelwall

blankThis article reports some results from a study of users of MySpace and suggests some potential uses of social networking in education.
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Educators Lead the Charge in Virtual World Learning
Who's getting serious about games?
by John Helmer

The emergence of virtual world learning has energised the games industry and there has been a gradual shift in its favour in amongst educators.
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EDUCAUSE 2007
by Mark Toole

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Mark Toole gives his perspective on the recent EDUCAUSE conference in Seattle.

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E-Teaching: Engaging Learners Through  Technology
by Graham McElearney

Stephen Bostock’s new book, “e-Teaching: Engaging Learners Through Technology” provides an excellent overview of the increasingly diverse fields of e-learning and Learning Technologies, and is reviewed here by Graham McElearney.
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JISC Online Conference
Proceedings and e-books available online
by Ros Smith

blankE-Books from the JISC Online Conference – Innovating e-Learning 2007: Institutional Transformation and Supporting Lifelong Learning are now available
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MoleNET
by David Sugden

blankThe Mobile Learning Network project (MoleNET) is piloting the use of range of mobile and handheld devices, in many different curriculum areas.


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ALT-C 2008: Submission deadlines approaching

blankSubmissions for all papers and sessions will close on 29 February...

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ALT Events
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