FOTE2008: 3rd Session

Mile Metcalfe, Ravensbourne Miles started by discussing the college’s move to Greenwich. The innovative ideas for ICT include: Flexible Learnings Spaces (you had to hear the visualisation) Serendipitous Commons Subsidise personal technology high end reources integrated with user owned workflows Software as a service (google),  opensource alternatives to ‘money grabbing’ proprietory systems The curse of…

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FOTE2008: 2nd Session ?, Ian Forresster (BBC), Ian Broad (Yahoo), Phil Butler (ULCC)

Mobile technology, Harold ? Not quite sure what is being said other than it’s been suggested that we revisit Vygotsky and apply it to the use of mobile technology in learning and teaching. He asserts that education ‘will’ move toward a more consumerist based economy, and that the customer choice will be based on the…

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FOTE 2008: 1st Session Google and Second Life

Here at FOTE (Future OF Technology in Education) 2008, Welcome from Tim Bush (organised the event) and David Rippon the Director of ULCC. Sam Peters from Google What’s driving cloud computing: Falling cost of storage Ubiquitous Computing Democratisation of production “We’re all part of the revolution” Sam described how the previous technology paradigm was focused…

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