Associate Researcher at CSNI, Tim Fransen, presented at the first Association for Learning Technology (ALT) Summer Summit – ‘Learning Technology in a time of crisis, care and complexity‘ in August 2020. The event saw 50 sessions being delivered over 2 days with over 280 attendees from 24 countries.
Tim’s presentation focused on ‘Establishing a ‘Social Learning Space’ during lockdown, and beyond…’ as well as variants of the platform such as CSNI’s Conversations. Additionally, he highlights the importance of alternative open-source communication technologies rather than those pushed by Tech Giants which have colonised the universities communications infrastructure and become further entrenched during the COVID‑19 crisis.
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Below is the screencast of Tim’s presentation: