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Ann: e-Learning conferences - Oxford University - 22nd March

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Pete Robinson <[log in to unmask]>

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Virtual Learning Environments <[log in to unmask]>

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ANNOUNCING: TWO E-LEARNING CONFERENCES, OXFORD UNIVERSITY
22nd and 23rd March
Said Business School

1) The Shock of the Old 6: The Shock of the Social
http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/ltg/events/shock2007/

2) Beyond the Search Engine: Plagiarism and academic integrity in the world of social networking 
http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/ltg/events/beyond2007/


1) The Shock of the Old 6: The Shock of the Social
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One-Day Conference on Educational Technologies

Said Business School, University of Oxford, March 22nd 2007
http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/ltg/events/shock2007/

*** Call for papers & Registration ***

The Learning Technologies Group at Oxford University Computing Services is pleased to 
announce its sixth annual one-day conference on educational technologies.

Shock 6 will explore the issues arising from the rise of social networking tools, Web 2.0 software 
and related collaborative technologies, and how best to make use of these innovative tools in 
teaching, learning and research.

We invite papers that discuss:

a) The social, cultural and organisational factors that may impact on the implementation and 
adoption of social collaborative tools in e-learning, and/or

b) The effectiveness of the technology itself.

Please send a 300-word abstract either in the body of an email (preferred) or as an email 
attachment in RTF format to [log in to unmask] Remember to include your full contact details: i.e. 
name, affiliation, street address, email address and telephone number.

The deadline for submissions is Friday 5th January, 2007. Authors of accepted papers will be 
notified on or shortly after Friday 12th January, 2007.

For more information please visit http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/ltg/events/shock2007/

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2) Beyond the Search Engine
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Said Business School, University of Oxford, March 23rd 2007
http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/ltg/events/beyond2007/


Beyond the Search Engine continues the successful 'Beyond...' series of speeches and debates 
hosted by the Learning Technologies Group at the University of Oxford.This year the theme is 
plagiarism and academic integrity in the modern world of social networking and private learning.

Does the ready provision of information in the public sphere detract from students' ability to 
develop their own knowledge?

Does the pressure to perform undermine students' academic integrity?

The day will consist of speeches by experts in the field, and two debates. Speakers will include:
Jude Carroll (Oxford Brookes University)
Prof Don McCabe (Rutgers University)
Peter Taylor (Acumen Systems)
Kevin Donovan FRA (Consultant)
Sara de Freitas (Birkbeck College)
John Barry (Turnitin plagiarism detection software )

This event follows on from the Shock of the Old conference on ICT in Teaching and Learning, 22nd 
March  2007, held at the same venue and with similar charging.
For more details and booking visit:
 http://www.oucs.ox.ac.uk/ltg/events/beyond2007/

Booking for each event is now open. 

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