Monday, October 13, 2008

History of Learning Technologies with Liz Burge

This is our 2nd live session as part of the Building a Virtual Museum of Educational Technology discussion at SCoPE. Be sure to invite your colleagues!

The History of Learning Technologies
Facilitator: Liz Burge
Moderator: George Siemens
October 14th, 9:00 am (PDT) 16:00 UTC (see world clock)

Liz Burge is a Professor of Adult Education at University of New Brunswick. No presentation this time! For this session we'll be using a Q & A format that will be much like a radio talk show. George Siemens, moderator, will field questions from the participants. If you have access to these articles it would be helpful for you to read them ahead of time. If you don't have access then be sure to come anyway!
  1. Burge, E. J. & Polec, J. Learning and teaching in practice: Where change and consistency interact. In Evans, T., Haughey, M. & Murphy, D. (Eds.) International handbook of distance education (pp. 237-258). Brighton, UK: Emerald Publishing. 2008
  2. Burge, E. J. Using Learning Technologies: Ideas for Keeping One's Balance. Educational Technology, v39 n6 p45-49 Nov-Dec 1999
You'll see from the sweatshirt Liz is wearing in the photo on her faculty page that Liz might have some brain-burning questions for us as well! approve

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