Thursday, 1 October 2009

Seen and heard - September 2009

"How to Write an Instruction Manual" (BBC Radio 4, 21 August 2009, via podcast).
"Guess Who's Coming to Dinner" (1967 film, shown on TV).
"Dummes' Guides to Teaching Insult Our Intelligence" (Times Higher Education article, plus long online discussion)."
"The Beatles on Record" (BBC2, 5 September 2009)
.Michael Wesch, Keynote address at Alt-C, 8 September 2009, "Mediated culture / mediated education".Rhona Sharpe and Helen Beetham, "Frameworks for developing digitally literate learners", workshop at Alt-C 8 September 2009, based on the Learning Literacies for a Digital Age (LLida) project.
David White, "It's a nice place to visit but I wouldn't want to live there: using the 'Visitor-Resident' principle to guide approches to the participatory web", paper at Alt-C, 9 September 2009.Chris Jones, "Is there a Net generation coming to university?", paper at Alt-C, 9 September 2009.Martin Bean, Keynote address at Alt-C, 9 September 2009
"Duet for One", with Juliet Stevenson and Henry Goodman
(Milton Keynes Theatre)
"The Frankincense Trail" (BBC TV)
"Julie and Julia" (film, in cinema)
"The Fountain" (film, on television)
Profile of David Hargreaves in Guardian Education
"Upgrade me" (BBC TV)
"Is that message really necessary?", Guardian article about information overload by Paul Hemp, based on his article in Harvard Business Review.

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