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emergent learning commons

emergent learning commons

The fourth year of the Oregon immersive Education (OiED) gathering was held in Portland, co-sponsored by U Oregon, ARVEL, and TAC.
The program was stimulating, the speakers vibrant, and the collegiality warm and productive as ever.  If you have any interest in emerging technologies for education – including immersive environments,  augmented reality, virtual ethnography, and much more – consider ELC the place for you.  Please join us.


The Bernard Harris Summer Camp is a science learning program for K-12 learners. Dr. Bernard Harris is a physician, NASA Medical Director, and astronaut who promotes and participates in the program which is underwritten by ExxonMobile.  Oregon State University has hosted the summer camp since 2007.  Technology Across the Curriculum (TAC) supported, in collaboration with Chester Bateman, the camp by developing a blog model to support the camp educators, learners, and their families.  TAC’s project was art of the OSUWrite project that sought uses of Web2.0 functionality in higher education and was funded by a grant from NWACC.  The five year effort covering various experiements and pilots with early blogs is detailed in the OSUWrite Final Report.

Here is a section of a videoblog (vlog) from the 2009 OSU Bernard Harris Summer Camp.

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