Wednesday, March 30, 2005
Seminar in London
Here's news of what looks like a really engaging seminar to go to if you're in London in the first week of May 9and featuring Dr. Joolz!):
An exciting seminar series entitled ONLINE LEARNING: CRITICAL PERSPECTIVES will be held in May and June at the Institute of Education, University of London. The series is organised by The Centre for the Study of Children, Youth and Media.
Tuesday 3rd May 5.30-7.00, Room 639
Active participation or just more information? Young people's civic uses of the internet
Sonia Livingstone, London School of Economics
Tuesday 17th May 5.30-7.00, Room 639
“Hello newbie! **big welcome hugs** hope u like it here as much as i do!” An exploration of teenagers’ informal on-line learning communities
Julia Davies, Sheffield University
Tuesday 7th June 5.30-7.00, Room 639
Online/Off-course: Exploring the political and economic construction of the digital curriculum
Neil Selwyn, University of Cardiff
All seminars are free and open to the public. For more information contact Rebekah Willett (email@example.com). For directions to the Institute of Education, see www.ioe.ac.uk. There is a map on the home page in the lower left hand corner.