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18 SEPTEMBER 2013

ECSM 2014 European Conference on Social Media

"The European Conference on Social Media (ECSM 2014) seeks to establish a home for researchers and practitioners with a wide range of approaches to engaging with the impact, use and potential of social media across disciplines. If the defining characteristic of social media is that users create, share and respond to each others information, then the European Conference on Social Media will offer a showcase for state of the art examples.

To achieve this goal, we are inviting researchers to present their findings and new ideas, and practitioners to demonstrate examples from which we can learn. The first European Conference on Social Media – ECSM 2014 will take place in Brighton, UK, a city with a highly developed commercial, artistic and academic engagement with the use and evaluation of social media. This puts Brighton in an excellent position to share experience from European research and practise with Asia, America, Africa and the world."

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2014analyticsbig data • Blooma John • Brightonconference • Darren Mundy • democracydigital economics • ECSM 2014 • Electronic Journal of Knowledge Management • eParticipation • European Conference on Social Media ECSM 2014 • international conference • International Journal of Social Media and Interactive Learning Environments • internet technologies • Irina Purcarea • Luisa Carvalho • mobile working • nudge economics • Open University • organisational knowledge management • participationPersonal Learning EnvironmentPhD researchRMIT University • Sandra Moffett • social informaticssocial media • social network analysis • Sue Nugus • Technology Enhanced Learning • Tobias Bevc • UK • University of Augsburg • University of Economic Studies • University of Hull • University of Ulster

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Simon Perkins
05 AUGUST 2012

Responsive Open Learning Environments

"Responsive Open Learning Environments (ROLE) is a European collaborative project with 16 internationally renowned research groups from 6 EU countries and China. ROLE technology is centred around the concept of Self–regulated learning that creates responsible and thinking learners that are able to plan their learning process, search for the resources independently, learn and then reflect on their learning process and progress. Given this task, ROLE's main objective is to support teachers in developing the open personal learning environments for their students where they can train each of the phases mentioned."

(ROLE Consortium 2009–2012)

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Simon Perkins
29 OCTOBER 2010

Technology Enhanced Learning: ubiquitous access to knowledge

"Technology Enhanced Learning (TEL) research aims to improve the quality of formal and informal learning, and to make accessible forms of knowledge that were simply inaccessible before. But research does not translate easily into practice, at school, in higher education or in the workplace. The forms of pedagogy that characterise learning in these settings have remained more or less invariant even when radical technologies have been introduced."

(Technology Enhanced Learning)

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2.0 • 20072012collaborativecompetitivecomputer assisted learningcurricula designcurriculum designdigital culture • digital inclusion • digital literacies • education studies • educational researchEPSRC • equality and access • ESRCflexibilityhigher educationinclusion • institutional policy • internet-based interaction • knowledgeknowledge acquisitionlearning and teachinglearning designliteraciesliteracyLondon Knowledge LabMoodlemulti-useronline lecturespedagogypersonalisationproductivity • radical technologies • Richard Noss • Second Life (SL)semantic web • Sloodle • social learningsocial softwaresocialisationtechnologyTechnology Enhanced Learning • Technology Enhanced Learning TEL • ubiquitous accessUKvirtual worldsWeb 2.0workplace

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Simon Perkins
29 OCTOBER 2010

Re.ViCa project: systematic review of Virtual Campus initiatives

"The Re.ViCa project [Reviewing (traces of) European Virtual Campuses] ran from October 2007 until October 2009. Re.ViCa has been making an inventory and carrying out a systematic review of cross–institutional Virtual Campus initiatives of the past decade within higher education at European, national and regional levels. The main objective of the Re.ViCa project was to identify relevant parameters and success factors for evaluating and comparing Virtual Campuses, based on thorough research and expert input. The Re.ViCa Consortium organises in–depth discussions with experts in order to incorporate the input of different interest groups."

(Re.ViCa project)

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20072009 • ATiT • change • cross-institutional • EEA • elearningEU • EuroPACE ivzw • EuropeEuropean Commission • FernUniversität in Hagen • higher educationinformation societyinitiativesinnovationinventory • Katholieke Universiteit Leuven • Koulutuskeskus Dipoli • Lifelong Learning Programme • Matic Media Ltd • Nyugat-Magayarországi Egyetem • pedagogy • Re.ViCa • reviewSwitzerlandsystematic reviewTechnology Enhanced Learning • Teknillinen korkeakoulu • Università Telematica Internazionale UNINETTUNO • Université de Strasbourg • Virtual Campus • wiki

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Simon Perkins
14 OCTOBER 2010

Transforming Higher Education Through Technology Enhanced Learning

"The Higher Education Academy published the book Transforming Higher Education Through Technology Enhanced Learning in December 2009. Although the book has its genesis in the e–learning Benchmarking & Pathfinder Programme led by the Higher Education Academy from 2005–2008 readers will find that the book contains a thought–provoking edited collection which offers far more than a straightforward account of outcomes of one national programme; you will find that it is both broad in scope and reflective in tone."

(Higher Education Academy, 23–12–2009)

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200520082009 • Benchmarking & Pathfinder Programme • e-learningeducationHigher Education AcademylearningpedagogyteachingTechnology Enhanced Learning • Transforming Higher Education Through Technology Enhanced Learning • UK

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Simon Perkins
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