September 24, 2007

Scottish Learning Festival discussion in Second Life

Connlive_2ndlife After a really hectic week at the Scottish Learning Festival, C4 In The Wild and TeachMeet07, and having had barely a chance to catch up over the weekend, it's with some trepidation that I enter tonight into Second Life to host a quick general discussion around the event. If you missed the F2F event and want to find out what people thought were the hits and misses, this is the place to come.

Head over to the SLF07 Island at 7pm British Summer Time tonight (late afternoon in North America East, lunchtime on the West, early morning in New Zealand and Australasia) for a 30 minute banter about what the highlights were for you. Later this month we'll start hosting regular, pre-planned discussions on more precise elements of the Festival, based on some of the video and audio coverage we'll post in world.

To join in just download Second Life for free to your computer and use this weblink to find the action.

In the meantime, you can catch up with the continuing Festival coverage, with videos, podcasts and blog posts, over the next few weeks on Connected Live.


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Sorry - I won't be able to make this tonight. But I'm already looking forward to taking part in the next discussion. Ollie.

Hmm very frustrating not being able to download things on staff laptops......

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