December 04, 2007

Coming up today on edu.blogs.com: Online Information Conference

Want to hear what Wikipedia founder Jimmy Wales has to say about the state of information in the 21st Century? Stay tuned to both edu.blogs.com and Connected Live for more...

Coming up this week on both edu.blogs.com and Connected Live, live blogs from one of the world's best and biggest conferences on the state of information in the 21st Century, Online Information Conference, at London Olympia. I've been honoured to be part of the Expert Advisory Committee for the conference this year, to see the huge number of talented people who have proposed some mouthwatering sessions. There are 101 countries represented this year, a record-breaker by any measure.

On edu.blogs.com, I'll cover the main points from all the sessions on new technologies, while on Connected Live, I'll try to draw some lessons for the Scottish classroom, curriculum and technology futures. You can subscribe to edu.blogs.com here, so as never to miss a link, or copy this feed address into Feedblitz to receive Connected Live's highlights via email every morning.

First up, will be the main points from the keynote of Jimmy Wales, founder of Wikipedia...

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