LAMS presentation as slidecast
The world’s least engaging voice returns with another slidecast. This is the presentation I gave to the LAMS conference (via Skype). It looks at the differences between web 2.0 and higher ed and how learning design can help bridge the gap. I’ve covered this in previous posts, but just in case you want the semi-live version.
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Thanks for sharing this Martin.
And thanks for the thanks. Although I suspect it’s hypnotic quality means it should carry a warning ‘do not drive or operate heavy machinery while listening to this’.
Sorry not to see SOTI in the edublogs nominees. Thanks for your nomination vote.
Very interesting presentation Martin, I enjoyed that a lot. I’m going to have to spend some time digesting the bit about granularity though, as that is an issue I struggle with. I can totally see where you are coming from, but on the other hand I have concerns with atomizing learning too much.
I’ve scribbled some further thoughts on http://renesassessment.blogspot.com/2007/12/granularity-of-learning.html
I agree with Martin. Web 2.0 is all about social granularity (more akin to social libertarianism though than a democracy with a small d).
One of the nice things about LAMS is the ability to control how much twitter we put in collaborative learning designs, something we’re trying to do with study groups on My Homework Channel.
Go LAMS Go!!