web 2.0 workshop
I ran a workshop for the e-learning community at the OU today. It went quite well, I had two activities, one of which got people to consider their current practice and how they might add some 2.0 to it, and another which got them to look at some web 2.0 applications and think about how they might be used in a course.
Anyway, the powerpoint is on slideshare, and embedded below. If you’ve looked at any of my other web 2.0 presentations, you’ll see that it’s not dissimiliar. I used to feel bad about this, but actually each one changes slightly, so the presentation evolves over time. Having been schooled in learning objects, open source software and web 2.0 over the past few years, endless reuse has lost its shame for me – I now embrace it.