Category Archives: Conferences

Digital Humanities at UVM This Week

Digital humanities, the intersection of computing and the disciplines of the humanities, has continued to develop as a dynamic field. This week, on November 4th and 5th, there will be several events that bring practitioners of digital humanities to UVM. Wednesday, Nov. 4th 7:00 pm Billings North Lounge Leading off is the Burack Lecture Series […]

A little bit about learning analytics

For those who might not be familiar with it, EDUCAUSE is a nonprofit association whose mission is to advance higher education through the use of information technology. The EDUCAUSE Annual Conference claims to unite “the best thinking in higher education IT.” EDUCAUSE 2013 was held in mid-October, 2013, and I was there to investigate learning […]

A Moment on MERLOT 2008

My conference event this year found me in Minneapolis, Minnesota, the “City of Lakes”, for the MERLOT International Conference (Multimedia Educational Resource for Learning and Online Teaching). Serving as a multimedia developer for the Center for Teaching & Learning I felt right at home amongst my peers. On the menu this year at MERLOT was […]

Thoughts about Web 2.0 from the Campus Technology 2008 conference

I attended the Campus Technology conference this year. The topic was WEB 2.0 technologies in Higher Education. I was excited to attend and learn more. Surprisingly I learned the most participating in the “back channel” of the conference on Twitter. I had never tried this before at a conference and I was pleasantly surprised by […]

CFP: Social Linking Track at Hypertext 2008

The ACM Conference on Hypertext and Hypermedia is the acknowledged venue for high quality peer-reviewed research on linking. The web, the semantic web and the Web 2.0 are all manifestations of the success of the link. … One of the most exciting recent developments in Web science is the rise of social annotation, by which […]

Merging K-12 and Higher Education Conferences

Why don’t we see more crossover between higher education and K-12 professional and academic conferences? My feed reader brought me news last week of the upcoming Open Minds Conference: Open Source in K-12 Education: The Open Minds Conference is the first national K-12 gathering for teachers, technicians and educational leaders to share and explore the […]

“Live” from ED-MEDIA

A few of our colleagues are in Vancouver this week for ED-MEDIA, the World Conference on Educational Multimedia, Hypermedia & Telecommunications. Holly Parker and Paul Martin are presenting today. You can follow Holly, Paul, and Steve Cavrak on Twitter.

Connectivism Online Conference : February 2 – February 9

Connectivism Online Conference is an open online forum exploring how learning has been impacted by ongoing changes. The conference, hosted online by the University of Manitoba, runs from February 2 – 9, 2006. The daily conference schedule is. Friday, Feb 2: George Siemens, Connectivism: Learning Conceptualized Through the Lens of Today’s World Monday, Feb 5: […]

Connectivism Online Conference (February 2 – 9)

The evolution of teaching and learning is accelerated with technology. After several decades of duplicating classroom functionality with technology, new opportunities now exist to alter the spaces and structures of knowledge to align with both needs of learners today, and affordances of new tools and processes. … Connectivism Online Conference is an open online forum […]

The Future of DIgital Education (Virtual Conference)

How will higher education evolve to accommodate digital technologies in the classroom, changing sensibilities among students and new forms of knowledge, learning and expression? This panel discussion will address some emerging challenges posed by the use of digital media, social networks and games within educational contexts. Panelists will speak from a wide range of recent […]

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