Earlier this year I attended the NDLR Fest with the ALTO Team @ Trinity College Science Gallery in Dublin.
This was a fascinating and inspirational display of a variety of Open Education Resource (OER) Projects.
The event was attended by approximately 268 attendees representing all subject disciples from all 21 partner institutions. A total of 103 watched the event online. 12 Project teams presented the outputs and experiences from the first round of LInC projects – these are available to view @ http://www.ndlr.ie/resources/ndlr_fest_2010.php.
The UAL Learning Studio is holding an informal, Bar Camp style workshop on using digital and social media for teaching and learning on Monday May 9th from 16.30-19.00 in M401 at LCC.
What? – Workshop in using Digital and Social Media for Teaching and Learning
Where? – Room M401 in the Media Faculty block, LCC
When? – 16.30-19.00 Monday May 9th
I participated in the first Bar Camp and it was excellent (I did a post about it below). Unfortunately I missed the 2nd as I was @ the fascinating NDLR Conference in Dublin with John Casey’s ALTO Team (the subject of another post).