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Thanks Richard. I've shared this with school colleagues. It's a simple yet effective use docs that would make access easier for many students while also helping the teacher monitor student participation.
Last week at the ELH SchoolsTech Conference in Lorne it was interesting to see the growth of knowledge and ideas. That tangible benefit of people of like interests gathering together over a number of days was truly evident.
Interesting discussion Aaron. This also comes back to the point that you cannot 'create' a community but rather, you create the environment in which a community can grow and flourish. This is the value of f2f communication afforded by a physical conference that is supported by the online conversation. As you say, it's all about the people.
DLTV2014 then to me has been a success. For it is easy to say that the spaces was sometimes confusing or there were too many sessions and streams, however if you walked away from the conference without creating one new connection or strengthening some ties that already existed, I would argue that you weren't really there. For as David Weinberger argues, "Even if the smartest person in the room is the room itself, the room does not magically make all who enter it smarter.” +Steve Brophy+David Weinberger+Dan Donahoo+Kynan Robinson+Jess McCulloch+DLT Victoria
Research and interviews from 289 school children and 109 teachers from 14 different countries helped form the conclusions of the report which include: the internet, within the correct context, is a valuable educational tool and that specific skills are facilitated by access to the internet.