Monthly Archives: August 2010

Blogtalk and implications for learning

I have really enjoyed 2 days at Blogtalk. I have met with diverse people using technology and social media for communication with clients (marketing personal, online dating agency, digital advertising agency, app developers, NGOs, other academic institutions…). The main takeaways … Continue reading

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Friday @ Blogtalk2010

Stowe Boyd (Social media blur: blogs, networks, streams) describes himself as an Anthropologist ( .  He talked about the trends of the web over the past ten years:  the demise of the managed web (such as AOL); the rise and … Continue reading

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For the past 2 days I have attended Blogtalk2010 at NUI Galway. The theme is “Learn about social media; imagine the future of social networks”. The first day was a packed day with great speakers: Darragh Doyle, Declan Elliot, John … Continue reading

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In the last year the Learning Teaching & Technology Centre (LTTC) bought Turningpoint clickers (classroom response systems) for enhancing teaching and learning at DIT with SIF 2 project funds.  Some classroom response systems had been used for large group teaching … Continue reading

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Back from Holidays

Back from a few weeks of annual leave, it has taken me 4 days to get into the work routine, I only feel efficient today! During my time-off I completely switched off from work, I am only getting back to … Continue reading

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