Join us on Thursday the 23rd of November as we explore learning on the open web with Alan Levine (aka Cog Dog). Alan will present a public lecture on working beyond the Learning Management System and introduce his approach and toolkit for teaching and learning online.
Alan will present a public lecture on working beyond the Learning Management System and introduce his approach and toolkit for teaching and learning online. The lecture will be held in Wagga in the Connected Classrooms and broadcast to other campuses via Video Conference.
If you would like to attend the lecture please register for the event using the button below.
For those keen to explore some of the tools and practices that Alan is famous for a hands-on workshop will run in the afternoon. Alan will introduce some of the tools he’s developed, including Better Calling Cards, SPLOT Image Collector, SPLOT Writer, SPLOTpoint, Syndication Course Hub, The Daily Blank and Open Assignment Bank. After the introduction we’ll actually dive into the process of setting these up and running them for yourself and your students. If you’re looking for some innovative ideas and practices to liven up your online learning and get students engaged this is an amazing opportunity. So bring your laptop!
If you would like to attend please register for the event using the button below.
Introducing Alan Levine
Alan is widely recognized nationally and internationally for his expertise in the application of new technologies to educational environments that challenge practices, possibilities and expectations of teachers and learners alike. A pioneer on the web in the 1990s and an early proponent of blogs and RSS, Alan has shared his ideas and discoveries at CogDogBlog since 2003.
Alan has been part of many of the most innovative online education projects, not only teaching into them, but developing the tools and technologies that underpin them. From the DS106 Assignment Bank, Flickr CC Attribution Helper, Connected Courses and SPLOTs. Alan has developed some of the tools that have changed the way many people can, and do, learn online.
Alan’s open approach to his work, prolific output and presence online has meant that he has a huge following of colleagues (and fans) that deeply respect his work, process and contribution to the web.