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Educause 2007 – Bloggers Unite!
October 30, 2007, 2:21 pm
Filed under: Conferences

It turns out that I’m not the only person Blogging about my experiences at Educause.

Prompted by a very kind email from Kathy at the Seattle Academy, I’d thought I’d try to compile a list of other blogs about Educause. Kathy has a blog located here.

Educause blogs:

  • EduTechie.com (Jeff VanDrimmelen) – Jeff captures some outstanding notes from various sessions which is exactly what I was looking for! He even blogged my Scholar session… thanks Jeff!🙂
  • University of Washington Emerging Technology (Bill Corrigan) – An excellent set of notes from various sessions.
  • pheWork (Paul Ericson) – Paul is a good friend who I met at the first Bb conference.
  • Gardner Writes (Gardner Campbell) – Gardner served on this year’s Educause program committee.
  • Matsu’s World (unknown) – A general post about the conference, but some informative posts througout.
  • Hastac (unknown) – Another general post, but some good web2.0 commentary.
  • AMBerman CTO (A. Michael Berman) – A good post from the opening keynote Historian Doris Kearns Goodwin which I was unable to see in it’s entirety.
  • Fleep’s Deep Thoughts (uknown) – A fellow tweeter, she has posted about a hot topic discussion about SecondLife, which I was unable to attend.
  • Tim Wang’s eLearing Blog (Tim Wang) – A blog with several high level comments and some information from presentations about online learning.

Also, if you missed the conference or a session, several conference presentations are available on the Educause Session Resources Web site.

Do you know of other sites covering the details around Educause 07? Post a comment and let me know!


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