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25/06/2010

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AJ Cann

Sorry I couldn't contribute to the conference, I wanted to but this is such as busy time for me. The Elluminate sessions I watched were very good - Elluminate is *almost* the perfect online conference tool - just a little further to go. Maybe you should hold the conference in Second Life next year!

Giselle Ferreira

Using YouTube was the original suggestion I had for the course, but this was met with various objections within the course team. I'm not so bothered about the stuff related to 'logistics' (I'm a bit 'dumb' in this way :-), but I can't quite make up my mind on some ethical hurdles ... For example: if I have my own reservations with 'terms and conditions' of YouTube, should I be expecting students to have to accept them as integral part of their studying the course, no option? Though I'm still hoping that (at least) some students will put their stuff up there, I find this one (and a few others) quite tricky: is 'imposed openness' 'openness' at all?

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