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‘Does elearning have to be so awful? Time to mashup or shutup!’ [~23MB] Keynote address, The 7th IEEE International Conference on Advanced Learning Technologies (ICALT 2007), Niigata, Japan, July 2007. (Note 1: the slides have very few embedded comments, but the flow and gist may be gleaned from the accompanying ICALT 2007 paper. Note 2: the actual presentation relies upon a link to an audio segment beginning at exactly 15:00 minutes into President John F. Kennedy’s Address at Rice University on the Nation’s Space Effort, 12th September 1962, available from the John F. Kennedy Presidential Library and Museum archive of the text and audio)

‘Messaging and Presence for Learning: The Evolution of MSG’ [~5MB] (Marc Eisenstadt, Chris Denham and Alex Little). EU ELeGI Third Review, Athens, Greece, March 2007.

‘Knowledge Media and Health Informatics: From Semantics to Social Software’ [~18MB] Keynote address, Informatica en Salud, Informatica 2007, Havana, Cuba, February 2007.

‘Wikis of Locality: Insights from the Open Guides’ [~5MB] (Mark Gaved, Tom Heath, and Marc Eisenstadt, Presentation at the ACM International Symposium on Wikis (WikiSym2006), Odense, Denmark, August 2006.

‘Exploring Pedagogy, Presence and Participation in Interactive Formative Assessment’ [~2MB] (Denise Whitelock and Marc Eisenstadt, Presentation for Open University workshop on ‘Tracking Technology for Academic Advantage’, 14th April 2005)

‘From BuddySpace to CitiTag: Large-scale Symbolic Presence for Community Building and Spontaneous Play’ [~2MB] (Yanna Vogiazou, Marc Eisenstadt,Martin Dzbor, and Jiri Komzak; Presentation at the ACM Symposium on Applied Computing, Santa Fe, New Mexico, March 13 -17, 2005)

‘Peer Conversations For E-Learning In The Grid’ [~3MB] (Marc Eisenstadt, Jiri Komzak, and Stefano Cerri, Presentation for the First Conference of the European Learning Grid Infrastructure – ELeGI – Naples, Italy, March 13-16, 2005)

‘Beyond E-Learning: What Works, What Fails, What’s New?’ [~16MB] (Presentation at International Policy Forum on the Internet and Society, ‘The Next Level In E-Learning’, Oxford Internet Institute, Oxford University, 22-23 January, 2004)

‘BuddySpace: Instant Messaging, Maps, and Enhanced Presence For Knowledge Workers’ (Marc Eisenstadt, Jiri Komzak, and Martin Dzbor, Webcast presentation for KnowledgeBoard, June 2003)

BuddySpace Overview Presentation
Watch origiinal webcast replay, 8 minutes

‘From Buddy Lists to Buddy Space: Enhanced Presence Management for Collaboration, Learning and Gaming’ [~8MB] (Presentation at Voice On The Net / Presence and Interworking Mobility Summit (VON/PIM Europe), Helsinki, Finland, June 10-13, 2002; jointly co-authored with Martin Dzbor and Yanna Vogiazou)

‘Buddyspace: Enhanced Presence Management’ [~4MB] (EPSRC CoAKTinG project; March 2002)

‘Instant Messaging and Presence’ [~11MB] (Internal: for OU Learning and Teaching Innovation Committee; Feb 2002)

‘Technology Futures’ [~14MB] (Internal: for OU Library, December 2001)

‘NESTA Futurelab: Why MK/OU/KMi?’ [~35MB] (June 2001)
(the PowerPoint version above relies on some tricks localised to my laptop, but there is also a pure web version requiring Internet Exporer 5 or higher)
View the web version of ‘NESTA Futurelab: Why MK/OU/KMi?

‘Beyond I.T. in M.K.: Using Knowledge Media To Foster Next Generation Learning’* [~20MB] (June 2001)

‘Beyond Virtual’ [~27MB] (Anaheim, CA, November 2000)*

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