This interview was taken directly after #SLTeachMeet 2 at the Russell Hotel on the 14th May 2013 finished. They were both very tired but still willing to give an interview. Thank you for the opportunity. If you can’t see the video on your device here’s a direct link: http://youtu.be/p3ESTnWEcSY For those of you who would rather hear the interview – here is the audio: https://soundcloud.com/l4lnews/interview-with-stephen-lockyer For those of you who would rather read it here’s the Scribd embed and link below:
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Excerpt: This is an interview I did with Peps Mccrea earlier this month. We talked about OpenPlan and the plans Peps has for its development. I found out about OpenPlan through Twitter and a specific tweet by Laura Kirsop: someone else I need to interview soon. We move through the concepts of iterative design, UX design; Learning Design; RCTs; Wenger’s Communities of Practice; the ResearchEd conference coming up in September 2013; ASE TeachMeets; Educational Startups and a much more. In my latest series of interviews I will now usually include a transcript for those wanting to read the interview rather than listen. I hope…
Here are the 2 hours of #SLTeachMeet from Tuesday 23rd May 2013. 1st Hour If you can’t see the video on your device click here: http://www.youtube.com/embed/v2k5UAr8fhM 2nd Hour If you can’t see the video on your device click here: http://www.youtube.com/embed/XCocT8J-lKY If you are pressed for time then listen to the broadcasts instead on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/l4lnews/sets/slteachmeet
Details of all the paper and text resources to follow later – in the meantime – here’s the podcast on AudioBoo: http://audioboo.fm/boos/1348250-l4lnews-23-04-2013 and on SoundCloud: https://soundcloud.com/l4lnews/l4lnews-23-04-2013
I have now put all the 26 L4Lnews broadcasts in one playlist – I’ll be adding to these with a full searchable index later in the year as part of building searchable data that can be extracted from the broadcasts so I can reference them and for academic research purposes. Every broadcast I do now has a trail of data to hep build a picture of CPD activity in the UK at these times.