On May 31, 2017, Virtually Connecting will be at #MELSIG (Media-enhanced Learning Special Interest Group) at Edge Hill University in the UK.
According to the event website,
This event will consider how learning space becomes learning place through the use of digital and social media in and out of the classroom. We will hear from academics and developers about how the learning space is becoming richer through blended and more personal and networked approaches.
We will have two sessions.
A regular hallway conversation with Andrew Middleton and Sue Beckingham of Sheffield Hallam University, with Alex Spiers of the University of Liverpool. This session will take place at 12.20 BST. Check out the time converted to your timezoneTime converter at worldtimebuddy.com
You can ask to join the session by tweeting @vconnecting. Or you can watch live or recorded here:
A session in which we (Maha initially, and Sue, but invited other buddies) have been invited to present Virtually Connecting as follows:
What we can learn about place from Virtually Connecting (VC). VC is a global network of committed open educationalists who will discuss how their global hangouts foster digital placemaking
This session will take place at 1pm BST and should last about 20 mins. Sue Beckingham onsite, joined virtually by Maha Bali Martin Weller, Teresa MacKinnin, Simon Ensor, Christian Friedrich and Sarah Crowson. Check out the time converted to your timezoneTime converter at worldtimebuddy.com
You can watch live or recorded here: