Aug 26 2008

DEANZ 2008 – my place, my space, my learning

Last week I was in Wellington New Zealand, participating in the DEANZ 2008 Conference. I loved the conference theme, “my place, my space, my learning!” Oh yeah!

On the first morning I had the great opportunity to offer the kick off keynote. As usual, I firehosed my way through 90 minutes talking about stewarding technology for learning with an emphasis on PEOPLE. I tagged a few of the blog responses here along with some other DEANZ08 related links. Below are the slides that I used in the keynote. (I don’t think anyone captured audio):

I also facilitated two 2-hour workshops on Monday and Tuesday about the social and technical design of online communities. The notes from some of the exercises are embedded in a simple PPT which I will post on the wiki page – which is still a bit bare because I need to put in the notes, can be found here.

The conference was at the beautiful Te Papa Tongarewa museum – an amazing multimedia, multi-dimensional national museum of Aotearoa, New Zealand. Great staff, good conference food and a wonderful location rounded out the logistics side. Fabulous educators and presenters on the content side. I will write a separate post about that, but I promised to get the slides up…

On Wednesday I got to meet with some wonderful clients of Patillo, and on Thursday, Stephen Blythe of Community Central hosted a conversation which Steven blogged about. – Dags and Dingleberries

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2 Responses to “DEANZ 2008 – my place, my space, my learning”

  1. Jim Handysideon 27 Aug 2008 at 11:16 am

    Thanks for sharing this Nancy… food for thoughts as we continue to muse and plan our foray into this world.

    Sounds like the kiwis were in fine form. Dingleberries IS a laugh. When we had sheep I called them bum buddies until we went to OZ and learned about dags and the name ‘stuck’.

    Looking forward to meeting next month

    Jim

  2. dan97on 02 Jan 2011 at 4:48 am

    Thanks for sharing this Nancy

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