What I Learned at #MobilityShifts last week in NYC.
I spent last week in New York at the Mobility Shifts conference. No, I wasn’t there on JISC business; I took some annual leave and got there thanks to the generosity of Scott McLeod, Director of CASTLE. In return, Scott gets my undying gratitude and the following blog posts:
- Introducing Doug Belshaw, blogging at #MobilityShifts
- Day 1 – Wikipedia and Formal Education
- Day 2 – Privacy, Surveillance and the Academic Commons
- Day 3 – Hacking, Playfulness and Free Universities
- Day 4 – Open Access, Mobile Devices and Connected Learning
- Day 5 – Emerging Learning Environments, Peer to Peer grading and an Interview with Cathy Davidson
- #MobilityShifts – 5 key trends for the future of education
I’d usually put this on my conference blog but, well, I spent longer than usual crafting these posts and they constitute a body of work that (albeit predicated on the thoughts of others) I think you should go and read.
Only got time to read one of these posts? Try Day 5 featuring my interview with Cathy Davidson! 🙂
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