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Education Building

News, perspectives and commentary on Educational Technology at SFU from room 7560

Open ongoing web seminar on social media

Wednesday, November 18th, 2009

The Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education is running an interesting open seminar series on social media in higher educationGeorge Siemens (U Manitoba) and Dave Cormier (UPEI) host monthly free open webinars in which they share resources and engage in dialogue about issues like open education, collaborative learnig tools, and privacy and intellectual property on the internet. Although the interface is dominated by a chat stream and the structure of the sessions a bit hard to follow, the links that Siemens and Cormier share are usually interesting and relevant.