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Videos of 3 keynotes and 9 invited speaker sessions, plus links to other assets

Posted Thursday, 24 September 2009, 08:40

Updated 23/10/2009 with link to video of Jonathan Drori's "Being mighty: how mortals can make learning technology projects that cause real impact"

Below you will find links to each of the three keynote speeches and to eight of the nine invited speaker sessions. All of them are licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-Non-Commercial 2.0 UK: England & Wales license. As other assets become available we will link to them.

ALT-C 2009 - Invited speaker session on 9 September by Jonathan Drori
Jonathan Drori - Director, Changing Media: Being mighty: how mortals can make learning technology projects that cause real impact (running time 32 minutes).

ALT-C 2009 - Keynote Speech on 9 September 2009 by Martin Bean
Martin Bean - Vice Chancellor designate of the Open University (running time 53 minutes).

ALT - C 2009 - Keynote Speech on 8 September 2009 by Michael Wesch
Michael Wesch - Assistant Professor of Cultural Anthropology at Kansas State University, USA: Mediated Culture/Mediated Education (running time 65 minutes).
Link to full transcript of Michael's keynote in the ALT Open Access Repository.

ALT-C 2009 - Keynote Speech on 10 September 2009 by Terry Anderson
Terry Anderson - Professor and Canada Research Chair in Distance Education at Athabasca University, Canada - Canada's Open University (running time 66 minutes).

ALT-C 2009 - Invited speaker session on 9 September by Heather Fry
Heather Fry - Head of Learning and Teaching, HEFCE Enhancing learning and teaching through technology: a policy view (running time 24 minutes).

ALT-C 2009 - Invited speaker session on 9 September by Diana Laurillard
Diana Laurillard - Professor of Learning with Digital Technologies at the London Knowledge Lab, Institute of Education: Evaluating learning designs through the formal representation of learning patterns (running time 35 minutes).
Link to accompanying PowerPoint presentation in the ALT Open Access Repository.

ALT-C 2009 - Invited speaker session on 10 September by Matthew McFall
Matthew McFall - Learning Sciences Research Institute and School of Education, University of Nottingham: Boxes of Learning Delight and Cabinets of Curiosity: Working with Wonder for Wonderful Learning (running time 30 minutes).

ALT-C 2009 - Invited speaker session on 10 September by David Kennedy
David Kennedy - Director and Associate Professor, Teaching and Learning Centre, Lingnan University, Hong Kong: Creating learning environments that are both teacher and student centred, simultaneously: opportunities and issues (running time 31 minutes).

ALT-C 2009 - Invited speaker session on 8 September by Richard Noss
Richard Noss - Co-director of the London Knowledge Lab: Mapping the Grand Challenges for Research in Technology-Enhanced Learning (running time 29 minutes).

ALT-C 2009 - Invited speaker session on 8 September by Vanessa Pittard
Vanessa Pittard - Director of Evidence and Evaluation, Becta: Becta Research: Young People, Schools and Technology-Supported Learning (running time 33 minutes).

ALT-C 2009 - Invited speaker session on 8 September by Aaron Porter
Aaron Porter - Vice President (Higher Education) of the National Union of Students (NUS): A student perspective on institutions use of technology to enhance teaching & learning in the 21st century (running time 29 minutes).

ALT-C 2009 - Invited speaker session on 9 September by David Price
David Price - Co-founder of Debategraph: Thinking deeply together (running time 28 minutes).