The future of work and learning

Transforming learning in the digital workplace This week I will be presenting and running a workshop at the┬áLearnTech Asia 2015┬áconference in Singapore (3-5 November) alongside an impressive line-up of reputable learning professionals such as Laura Overton (Towards Maturity, UK http://towardsmaturity.org/), Charles Jennings (70:20:10, Internet Time Alliance, UK http://internettimealliance.com/), Steve Wheeler (Plymouth Uni, UK), Clark Quinn…

DREAM – Informal Learning & Digital Media

My abstract has been accepted for the DREAM – Informal Learning & Digital Media conference in Odense, Denmark 21 – 23 September, 2006.I’m also going to participate in the PhD workshop 20 September. Here’s my abstract:Title: Reflections on pedagogy: Reframing practice to foster informal learning with social software In educational contexts, as social software has…

Phenomenography & Variation Theory Workshop

EARLI SIG 9 Phenomenography and Variation TheoryBiennial Workshop, 7th-9th December, 2006, The University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong SAR, China The EARLI Special Interest Group 9 Phenomenography and Variation Theory invites you to participate in the forthcoming workshop between the biennial EARLI conferences. The workshop will be held from December 7th to 9th, 2006 at…

Phenomenography Symposium

University of Sydney is hosting a Phenomenography Interest Group Symposium next week (Tue 6 & Wed 7 December). Interested in Phenomenography? The trigger for the symposium is the visit of some of our international colleagues. The symposium has been designed to be of interest to experienced and inexperienced phenomenographers alike and particularly to research students.…

Learning Technologies 2004

As I prepare my paper for Learning Technologies 2004 in Mooloolaba, "Can Technology Enhance Learning?" I have become acutely aware of the number of innovative approaches being employed by practitioners across a wide range of educational institutions and within organisations – but there’s been something nagging in the back of my mind for a while…