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OpenEd 2009 ideas
Random Braindumps for OpenEd 2009
Eduardo Navas from ReMix Theory -
someone from the P2P community or "Pirate" Community
Matt Mason (probably way to expensive as a speaker) "The Pirates Dilemma" -
Trebor Scholz - this is the guy whose name I was trying to remember in Logan (though I can't recall the context, I think it was about your visit to Austria). Not sure he fits here, but he did a great piece on the 'origins' of Web2.0 that ended with a strong call for net neutrality, something I also believe is the logical (not probable) outcome
Brett Gaylor, director of
and do a free screening the Wednesday night!
People to invite
"open mic" at opening night dinner (assuming we have one)
Kids Area - or kids sessions (flip video, presentations)
Hands-on "Camp" strand
OCW Startup camp
Grassroots/Alternative ed session
(Sustainable Living Arts, homeschoolers)
session with students/learners (ideally combine this with some "result" from the 3 days of kids camp making a video, that would be sooo cool)
is a speedmash session/day (along the lines of
) something that might get the developers out/start to bring out the issue of "mashability" of their OER resources/systems?
links to food
ask COSL to create a placeholder page on their events listings for Open Education 2009 listing the dates and that it will be held in Vancouver BC.
looks like a very interesting "live blogging" app; downside is individual users don't have their 'own' copy, upside is, dead simple to create a scrolling 'wall' of comments, history etc for an event
Ideas to Digitally Augment the Conference
help on how to format text
Turn off "Getting Started"