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we’re on your case (or want to be)

Posted by IJF on April 15, 2008

On 23-25 April Emerge is holding an Online Conference on Digital Communities & Digital Identities. We’re planning an experimental session at that event. We want you to send us your stories (or “case studies” to make it sound scientific) about using participatory technologies (aka web2.0) in education. We’ll collate, choose, pick out common themes, and try to identify patterns. We’ll present and discuss these with you at the conference.

We’re looking for your raw, real-life experiences, not high-level analysis or learned observations. And remember – failure is a better teacher than success.

If you’re game, download this powerpoint template, download the template, fill it in, and send it to us*.

*: To submit your case study, please upload it to slideshare, tag it with “planetcasestudy” and email yishaym [at] gmail [dot] com & steven [dot] warburton [at] kcl [dot] ac [dot] uk

– or just email us the slideset.

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