It has been a long held ambition to attend and participate in the biennial Networked Learning conference. Modelling the open, networked learning practices they research, the conference publishes the papers on their website, and I have used many of them in my thesis research.
This year the conference is being held in Zagreb, Croatia, and I have achieved my ambition. I am presenting a short paper in a ‘Pecha Kucha’ style, and I have included my slides below. You can see the entire programme here. The paper will be the basis of a journal publication (fingers crossed) later this year or early next year, and so I am only including the short text which I shared on the day in this post. However, this blog has been a record of my doctoral journey, and many of the blog posts share what the article contains.
I am writing this prior to the conference, so that it will be accessible on the day that I am presenting; so I can’t share more about my interactions and discoveries yet. However you can be sure that I will be blogging about the conference and also my trip working with the lovely staff of Lulea University of Technology in Sweden upon my return, so stay tuned!