YouTube talk at Concede, Lisbon

Well I’ve just presented at Concede, the user generated conference about my C-SAP project “Youtube in the Classroom“.

There was plenty of interest in my talk and a good discussion which mentioned a variety of things from the kinds of incentives (or lack) for producing useful video content, the range of content available, IPR issues and digital literacies.

There is a really diverse crowd here, with people from all over europe and teachers, learning technologists and even policy makers, so there has been some good discussions so far.

I thought i’d share my slides here as another way of making connections via twitter/blog/slideshare etc.




About digitalscholar

I am a sociologist with an interest in new technology. Previously I’ve worked on a number of projects at Lancaster University and the Open University looking at the use of new technologies and social media by researchers. I was also a social sciences teaching fellow at the foundation centre at Durham University teaching sociology and anthropology. I am now a senior lecturer at the University of West London's Institute for Teaching, Innovation and Learning where I oversee the foundation provision and support retention. I'm sure I'll still be interested in, and occasionally blog about, tech related things. I use this blog to post thoughts about using new technologies in my professional academic life and wider thoughts and links relating to technology more generally.
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