Hanging Out, VConnecting at EDUCAUSE 2015

November 6, 2015 Alan Levine 0

EDUCAUSE. The Big One.
I’ve not been to the Big EDUCAUSE since 2004, in Denver. Back then I had more hair, less weight, a clunkier laptop, a blog only 1 year old. They were heady times. My visual memories are the massive main auditorium, having t…

Happy to say… I was wrong

October 20, 2015 Guest Post 0

By Lisa Hammershaimb originally published at: Pixels + Tweed I’ll confess my thoughts previously on being a remote conference attender resembled my thoughts on eating […]

The agency of space and devices

October 18, 2015 Rebecca - @rjhogue 1

This is perhaps one of what I hope to be many reflections on my experiences at the #dlrn15 conference – actually, this is more of a reflection on Virtually Connecting in general – in part on how it has evolved but also on a few things we have learned over the last seven months. First…

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Refining the Virtually Connecting Site

October 1, 2015 Alan Levine 1

The small project started by Maha Bali and Rebecca Hogue is growing as more people get involved with bridging educational conferences with people who cannot attend in person.
We have an active Slack (funny words together), and plans in motion for at l…

An ‘Inuksuk’ moment – Listen Deeply

September 30, 2015 Guest Post 1

By Helen J. DeWaard Originally posted at: https://fiveflames4learning.wordpress.com/2015/09/28/an-inuksuk-moment-listen-deeply/ R. Hartnup: Inukshuk cairn on Eagle Ridge I’m sharing this inuksuk for those who may find it. […]

Simon Ensor on virtually connecting with Sarah Honeychurch and Ashley Shaw knitting in the background

Connecting desire(s)

September 14, 2015 Guest Post 0

By Simon Ensor (@sensor63) Cross-posted on http://tachesdesens.blogspot.com.eg/2015/09/connecting-desire.html (with slight edits) ALTc 2015 has been a packed conference for me working from Clermont Ferrand in France. When Maha […]

@vconnecting and connecting at ALT-C

September 10, 2015 Rebecca - @rjhogue 0

Over the last couple of days I’ve been onsite at the ALT-C conference in Manchester UK. This is a rather large conference (over 500 participants), mostly educational technologists in the UK. As with any large conference, there are cliques, which are great if you are in them, and not so great if you are not.…

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