Feb 03 2009

Interested in Informal Learning? Join us at LearnTec 2009

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Tomorrow I’ll be the guest of Heike Philip (in Germany) along with Jay Cross and Ken Thompson for an online roundtable on virtual learning, informal learning and virtual teams. We’ll mix it up, I’m sure. It is part of a larger day of activities that are F2F and online in GERMAN in the morning, German time, and in English in the afternoon, German time (early morning for us on the US West coast). Join us!

 

DateFebruary 4, 2009
Time1:30pm – 6pm Middle European Time
Duration4,5 h
BusyPeople
World Timewww_timeanddate_com
PlaceElluminate
TagsLearnTec 2009 , Simulcast, European Telecoaches Institute
Max. no of participantsNo limit live online, entrance fee at the LearnTec conference 49 €
ProgramProgram in pdf-format in ENGLISHGERMANSPANISH
Registrationhttp://www.lancelotschool.com/index.php/services/events/registration
RecordingThis event will be recorded

Meeting Point @ LearnTec 2009
4:30pm  Virtual Collaboration Moderation Heike Philp
Introduction with Lutz Berger, free journalist 2.0, Science&Faction
Virtual Round Table – Panel Discussion

4:30pm  (GMT +!)   Virtual Collaboration Moderation Heike Philp
Introduction 
with Lutz Bergerfree journalist 2.0, Science&Faction
Virtual Round Table – Panel Discussion

Jay Crossauthor of the book ‘Informal Learning’, Nancy Whiteconsultant for communities of practise and Ken Thompsonvirtual team expert and author of the ‘Bioteaming Manifesto’, meet live online to discuss strengths and opportunities as well as weaknesses and threats for virtual teams.
This is an unusual and an explosive mixture of experts and trendsetters who have been doing the ground work of connecting people. We are looking forward to hearing their views on the ‘next 5000 days’ of the Internet, an Internet that appa rently took 5000 days to reach the same amount of connections than our brain has todate. Heike Philp will be moderating the discussion and invites all present, namely all ‘virtual’ and all ‘local’ participants to testdrive virtual collaboration and to freely share ideas.

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