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Local Interventions: Mobility Shifts

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Local Interventions augments the 2011 Mobility Shifts conference by providing a digital space for presenters, organizers, and attendees to focus discussion around a daily question. These interviews, recorded on mobile devices, will spur real-world interaction, stimulate conversation, and serve as educational record. Join us!

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What you need: digital video camera (smartphone, camcorder, webcam, etc), internet connection

How to upload video: 1. email your interviews to 4uhg08wkjvkp@m.youtube.com or 2.follow these instructions to upload your interviews as video responses to this video.

Video title format (subject line for email uploads): Mobility Shifts: Date of Interview, Name of Interviewee

Where to view the videos: http://www.youtube.com/user/localinterventions

Twitter hashtag: #localinterventions

Local Interventions Organizers: Germaine Halegoua, Jessica Lingel, David Gagnon, & Nathan Graham

QUESTION OF THE DAY

Monday, October 10, 2011

What obstacles have you faced in your work as an educator, academic and/or activist in terms of media policies?  What has proven successful in overcoming these obstacles?

Tuesday, October 11, 2011

How do you teach the value of collaboration across cultures?

Wednesday, October 12, 2011

How can mobile media platforms be used for more than the one-way delivery of  content?

Thursday, October 13, 2011

What opportunities for networked teaching and learning might we find in such media-rich, responsive environments?

Friday, October 14, 2011

What are the best examples you’ve seen of schools and school systems opening up their networks to enable Digital Media Learning? (Question via Claudia L’Amoreaux)

PRIZE

Rules: The game is simple – whoever uploads the highest number of interview videos over the course of the conference wins.

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