April 03, 2006

HigherEd BlogCon has lift-off!

The HigherEd BlogCon Teaching strand is off to a flying start this week. My own contribution will  go live on Friday: Teaching information literacy - who's teaching the teachers. It's probably not what it says on the tin - at first - but is worth bearing with as I go through why unis need to blog, and why high schools should be preparing youngsters for a social, networked, interlinked future.

Let me know what you think of it and leave a comment here or over at the Higher Ed Blog Con blog.

I'll be in the strange situation of giving a presentation in two places at the same time. As the HigherEdBlogCon takes my presentation live I'll be blogging and podcasting in Manchester. Hopefully the train journey down there will give me plenty of time to write a post or two - things to tell, after all!


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