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July 10, 2008


Anyone planning on attending ALT-C in Leeds this September might be interested in the F-ALT fringe event which includes various "WTF?" sessions on e-portfolios, learning objects, Second Life and eduPunk (though the organisers appear to be open to other suggestions):

Format: each session is a round-table brainstorm of problems, issues. Short quick quick fire format, say 20 to 30 minutes, with the aim of gathering of thoughts. Each topic identifies the questions that need to be answered to make some of these socio-technical educational interventions actually work.

Rules for participation
No long winded waffle. Participants must be short and sharp and to the point. More twitter than paper presentation.

What's the f2f meeting equivalent of Twitter?  A 30 second guillotine on speakers? :-)

Register your interest via the F-ALT wiki.


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