I'm currently attending the NetHui event in Auckland, attended by around 400 participants from across a variety of government and business sectors – all of whom are gathered to discuss ideas relating to the impact of the internet in our lives now and in the future. There's a lively programme of discussion and presentations, organised around the following themes:
Douglas Harre and I are leading the education stream today, with five sessions exploring particular issues relevant to education across all sectors – ECE to tertiary. I've included the powerpoint we're using to guide our sessions below, and hope to blog about the outcomes of these sessions at the end of the day.
Net hui education_streamhttp://static.slidesharecdn.com/swf/ssplayer2.swf?doc=nethuieducationshort-110629155012-phpapp02&stripped_title=net-hui-educationstream&userName=dwenmoth
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Sessions from the NetHui are being livestreamed on livestream and Ziln. You can also log into the NetHui site to contribute to the discussions there.
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Hi Derek. It took me a while to figure out the reduction in your blogging output until I problem solved it to the RSS feed change to http://blog.core-ed.org/derek/feed from http://blog.core-ed.net/derek/index.rdf
Trying to work out an analogy, the best I could come up with is doing this and not telling your friends…:^) http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ARQPIqU62do
Cheers and hope you are well. Stephen.