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Dsc00357

About: I'm an independent e-Learning Consultant working around the UK. V. interested in social aspects of 'e' and 'm'. Keen to explore social life of e/m-learning.

I am a TechDis Accredited Trainer.

Blog = http://eduvel.wordpress.com

Job title or role title Boss, proprietor, sole trader, evangelist

Organisation Village e-Learning Consultancy

What topics are you an expert in? Mobile learning, social aspects of Web 2.0 learning, e-Learning


10 September 2009

Active learning with Mobile and Web 2.0 technologies - Thanks iwi, David and Jan, we enjoyed delivering the session. I hope you all take something away with you = tell us how it went on the blog? David

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Active learning with Mobile and Web 2.0 technologies - See the slideshow at slideshare: http://www.slideshare.net/dsugden/dsls9sep

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6 September 2009

Added Tom Franklin (friend), Liz Bennett (friend), and Cathy Ellis (friend)

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4 September 2009

Mobile learning or is it learner mobility - Andy - why can't it be either/or? Mobile can mean the device(s) just as much as it can mean the learner/learning environment. For me, mobile learning has always been a means to an end. Our role is to teach learners (how anarchic is that!) - or (perhaps to be less contentious) to facilitate learning and as technology and life style (and society generally changes) so must we. Without going into the semantics of teaching and learning; mobile learning is what it says on the box: mobile + learning. David

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Active learning with Mobile and Web 2.0 technologies - The video looks fine but most of the technology they show is here now - just not in one device. But do we need it in one device? Are we happier now with our Smartphones than we were with a phone, a camera, a filofax, a postage stamp + postcard, a T.V., a cinema down the road, a printer, a radio, a Walkman (!!)? Are we?

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3 September 2009

Active learning with Mobile and Web 2.0 technologies - I'm a scan reader and may therefore have missed it but - - - did anyone mention the use of a mobile phone as an Ocarina?

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Active learning with Mobile and Web 2.0 technologies - b.t.w. If you're coming along to this session - bring a phone :)

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Added Chris Pegler (friend), Sarah Knight (friend), fred garnett (friend), Helen Beetham (fan), Sal Cooke (fan), James Clay (fan), James Clay (want-to-meet), Lilian Soon (fan), and andy black (friend)

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1 September 2009

Cam Swift - Hi Cam, Looking forward to a chat next week. ;-)

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Adam Blackwood - Hi Adam, Looking forward to a chat next week. ;-)

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David Sowden - Hi David, I hope you're well. Looking forward to a chat next week. D

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Added Cam Swift (friend), Adam Blackwood (friend), Steve Wheeler (friend), Seb Schmoller (friend), Shri Footring (friend), Marion Miller (friend), Kevin Donovan (friend), and David Sowden (friend)

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28 August 2009

Active learning with Mobile and Web 2.0 technologies - Perhaps the list should be what you can do with a mobile phone but shouldn't? 1) text while driving 2) drive while texting http://eduvel.wordpress.com/2009/07/30/texting/ and James' comment on same post ...

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dsugden - I've logged into ALT with my Twitter address because it was easier at the time. But that also means my 'about' section is fairly short. So - for more about me and my doings see: http://eduvel.wordpress.com or visit the Village e-Learning web pages - link opposite. Cheers

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Added John Traxler (friend), James Clay (friend), Ron Mitchell (friend), and Lilian Soon (friend)

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dsugden's Network


Cathy Ellis
Cathy Ellis (mutual) friend
Liz Bennett
Liz Bennett friend
Tom Franklin
Tom Franklin (mutual) friend
andy black
andy black (mutual) friend
Lilian Soon
Lilian Soon (mutual) friend, fan
James Clay
James Clay (mutual) friend, fan, want-to-meet

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Cathy Ellis:

Hi Dave
Look forward to saying 'hello' at ALT-C.
Cathy

Cam Swift:

It will be good to see you again.

Cam

dsugden:

I've logged into ALT with my Twitter address because it was easier at the time. But that also means my 'about' section is fairly short. So - for more about me and my doings see: http://eduvel.wordpress.com
or visit the Village e-Learning web pages - link opposite.

Cheers