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Later today I share my thoughts on e-learning and m-learning at Educon Asia’s 6th Higher Education Summit. I will also be part of a panel on MOOCs.

I share my Google Slides openly here under CC licence.

As is my modus operandi, I will be using TodaysMeet as a backchannel. This time round, I use an updated version of TodaysMeet and look forward to the administrative login and moderation features.

I tackle the issues of so-called “best” practices, bad practices, designing for change, operating outside the course box, and promoting social m-learning. That is a lot of content and that is why my tongue-in-cheek title for my talk is my 2+3 cents worth on designing effective e and m-learning.

I may have to leave one or two illustrations out to keep to the 30 minutes allocated to me. I may need to leave out flipping learning and not just the classroom as an example of designing for change instead of designing for the status quo.

Today I will be presenting at another Google Apps for Education Summit, this time in my home ground of Singapore.

I will be using a similar format and strategy of a Google Presentation and Twitter backchannel embedded in a Google Site. I have got to walk the talk, right?

I am going to try to have some fun with the presentation. My favourite slide is probably the one below:

The summit will be held over the weekend (8 & 9 Sep) at the Singapore American School. Session details are here and we will use #gafesummit as the Twitter hashtag.

Some might see this as a weekend lost. I am going to make this an opportunity gained.

Here is a link to the CeL’s YouTube channel. At the moment, the three latest videos feature our workshop at the TE21 summit.

This is the trailer…

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And these are links to an introduction to the workshop stations and interviews with participants.


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