I’m already at Coronado Springs for Learning 2007. I doubt that I’ll really do much blogging at all while I’m here. However, as a Masie Fellow, I try to dabble in what may be avant-garde for learning, so I’ll try to update my own twitter more often. I also created a L07 (L-zero-7) twitter at http://twitter.com/L07 so folks can follow or @reply.
If you’re not familiar with twitter yet, I have some links to share to help you understand twitter or even activate twitter for your phone. You can also find people/events to follow without signing-up.
It is far less avant-garde now, but still quite useful to use a wiki. I’ll also try to update the Learning 2007 wiki for session that I am facilitating (or even those I attend) That’s all the best of intent though. We’ll see what really happens as I head into the blizzard of ideas and activities that seems to define a Masie Learning event.
Here are the wiki pages for the sessions that I am directly involved with:
- e-Learning 101: Fundamentals and Futures (with Tomás Ramírez) [Sunday – 9:00am to 3:45pm]
- iPhone and Learning (w/ Ez Yap & Jared Frisby, both from Apple, and Masie Fellow Judy Brown) [Tuesday – 1:30pm to 2:30pm]
- SCORM: 10 Years After and 10 Years Ahead (hmm, lets see who I can get to guest star. Any volunteers?) [Wednesday – 8:30am to 9:45am]
I think Larry Israelite has made me a (dis)honorary member of the Liars Club (Learning Edition), so I may be a drop-in at his More Lies About Learning session too. (btw, check out his Lies About Learning book now in paperback).
Whew. It’s late here (1:20am Satuday) and I have lots to do tomorrow.
Please consider contributing to any of the wiki pages, or sending a tweet. I’m interested to learn what ideas you might have for the L07 twitter and how we could use it. You might even comment here on the blog.