Learning and Skills Group Conference: #LSG13

I’ll be part of of the formal backchannel team for the Learning and Skills Group Conference. So’ll tweeting from a variety of sessions using the hashtag #LSG13. You can find me on twitter using @s0ngb1rd. Here are the sessions I’ll be following:

  1. Opening Keynote – Work, Learning & Living in the Future –  Gerd Leonhard (Futurist, Author and CEO of The Futurist Agency)
  2. Open Learning – Opportunity or threat? – Steve Wheeler (Associate Professor Learning Technologies, Plymouth)
  3. The Tin Can API: Connecting the Dots with Data – Megan Bowe (Strategist, Rustici Software)
  4. Mobile Devices, Learning and The Mind – Chris Atherton (Freelance User Experience Architect, Finite Attention Ltd)

Along side the main event , there is a new event and follow called  the Learning Technologies Summer School  which runs alongside the conference and is a follow-up event to the Learning Technologies conference which took place in January of this year.

You can also follow the rest of the backchannel team:

Don Taylor (Conference Chairman) – @DonaldHTaylor
Learning Technologies official feed – @LT13UK
Kate Graham – @kategraham23 : Ascot Communications
Barbara Thompson – @CaribThompson: Learning & Performance Consultant BP
Julian Staddon – @JulianStaddon: Global Training Manager (Journals) Wiley Blackwell
Lesley Price – @lesleywprice: Membership Services Manager,Learning and Performance Institute
Martin Belton – @martinb66: Ascot Communications
Dan Roddy – @danroddy: Learning Technologist, Friends Life

Live blogging on the day..Martin Couzins – @martincouzins: itsdevelopmental.com and Learnpatch


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One comment on “Learning and Skills Group Conference: #LSG13
  1. […] be attending and create a little bit of curiosity  as to what the backchannel is all about.  I also wrote a pre event blog to let the world know what sessions I would be attending and who my fellow back channellers would […]

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