In case you have something else to promote the MA Program like Buttons for our websites or whatever. If you don’t mind share it with us or at least with me.
And one more thing which some might have recognised already. There is an official ePedagogy Twitter-Account. I will write more about that later on…
long time no see. I met Grant several times in my seminar and Ina. But especially from the ones who are a bit more far away I don’t hear anything. But hey, thats not right. There is one whom I’m following through his daily life. It’s Owen, even though he’s far away. Why? It’s because he’s using Twitter.
Whats that? The following Video could give you an answer.
And hey, there are more of us ePedagogys on Twitter. Now I’ll try to make a list:
And, guess what, there are a lot of other interesting people on Twitter. User the twitter search to find topics and people you are interested in.
If you’ve got a twitter account as well, please write a comment and check if it might be interesting to follow one of the other ePeds…
Greetings from Hamburg,
PS: Happy Birthday to this Blog. It is three years old this month!]]>
The next international Seminar is said to be in the begin of October and should be held in Barcelona (great!).
I thougt about if a BarCamp as a open Structure for this Seminar might be right decision. For those of you who don’t know yet what a BarCamp is:
BarCamp is an ad-hoc unconference born from the desire for people to share and learn in an open environment. It is an intense event with discussions, demos and interaction from attendees.
Anyone with something to contribute or with the desire to learn is welcome and invited to join.
When you come, be prepared to share with barcampers.
When you leave, be prepared to share it with the world.
In my opinion the Part of exchanging knowledge should be implemented much more in our coming up meetings. In our last Seminar I recognised that everybody is working on very interesting stuff, somehow related to our common interest. I’d love to hear/see more of that. I was very much impressed by what Nora & Co and Linda showed us.
At Barcamp.org you can not only find hints on organizing a BarCamp but also Rules of BarCamps and Information on BarCamps close to your plaze like in Helsinki on the 10th May or Amsterdam had his 4th on April 5th.
In Germany are a lot of BarCamps and Alex and me are going to participate in the EduCamp from April 18th till April 20th in Ilmenau.
So may be this kind of (un-)conference is suiteable for our coming up ePedagogy meetings but what do you think?]]>
I like these ideas and may be one of them saves you from organizing last minute christmas presents
Merry Christmas from Hamburg
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Hey fellow students from Helsinki, please listen up!
Some of us students from germany are looking for a place to stay at during the international seminar.
Those who’ve been to Hamburg last year are already familar with the system. Those lokal students who can offer a place to stay for international students during the seminar please “raise your hands” in the blog. I know that at least Christina, Alex and me would prefer to stay in one of your places than in an expensive hotel.
Don’t let us live on the streets of Helsinki, please!