Leigh Blackall facilitated a discussion at CLI yesterday on mobile learning and the essence of Web 2.0 technologies. He addressed a number of questions including;
What are the implications of web2.0 for the users of the internet?
What are the predictions for change in 2006 and beyond?
Who is involved with web 2.0 in Australia?
What relevance does this phenomena have for educators and students?
How does web2.0 work with mlearning?
Leigh Blackall has a core interest is in education and networked
learning . He teaches and consults for TAFE, maintains the Teach and Learn Online Web Log , facilitates the Teach and Learn Online eGroup, and designs and develops digital multi media educational resources. For more information visit http://leighblackall.wikispaces.com/
. Leigh Blackall
is tagging at http://del.icio.us/leighblackall
Leigh is also the author of Digital Literacy: how it affects teaching practices and networked learning futures [http://itdl.org/Journal/Dec_05/article01.htm]
Critique written for the Knowledge Tree , the journal of the Australian Flexible Learning Framework in Dec 2005.