Thursday, March 8

Learning Innovation Talks 01 - ROCKED!

Title : Learning Innovation Talks (LIT)
Date : 7 March 2012
Time : 8.30 am - 5.30 pm
Venue : Level 3, Wisma R&D, University of Malaya


LIT was simply AWESOME in so many ways! CONGRATULATIONS and a BIG BIG BIG THANK YOU (AND HUG!) TO EVERYONE involved.


Can we use Twitter to enhance teaching and learning? My talk explored how we can use Twitter before, during and after classroom learning to engage and inspire students to reflect, discuss, collaborate and learn. Here are the slides:

Believe it or not, the MC (Samir Harith) for the LIT seminar WON the Twitter Challenge (during my talk)...

Prof. Karim, no hard feelings, alright (Just some fun!) :) 


All the LIT talks were video recorded and here is a 'Mambo-Jumbo' 3:28:14 Hour recording (all-in-one):

Jump 1:07 Hour to view my LIT talk! The video recording includes the following LIT Talks:
  • Learning in a World that is Open
    Presenter : Prof Dr Zoraini Wati Abas (OUM)

  • iPad and Flipped Classroom
    Presenter : Prof Dr Abd Karim Alias (USM)

  • Using Twitter to Transform Classroom Learning
    Presenter: Zaid Ali Alsagoff (IMU)

  • Using Classroom Presenter on Windows-based Tablets for Teaching & Learning
    Presenter : Dr Abdul Halim Sulaiman (UM)

  • How to Design and Use Prezi Like a Pro
    Presenter: Mohd Hafiz Md Hanif (UPSI)

  • I Annotate, You Annotate
    Presenter: Norhayati Maskat (Taylor’s College)

  • Picture Link: Good Presentations Made Better
    Presenter : George Easton Hanna (Taylor’s College)

  • Beyond Present Schools : MUVilLE (Malaysian multi-User Virtual Learning Environments
    Mimma Sayuti Khalid (MOE/UM) 


Here is the video recording of the panel discussion:

Prof. Dr. Raja Maznah Raja Hussain, Prof Dr Zoraini Wati Abas, Prof Dr Abd Karim Alias, Zaid Ali Alsagoff, and Norhayati Maskat rocked the house!

It is amazing that the whole 'LIT' idea was conceptualized and planned mostly online using Facebook. Anything is possible! One thing is for sure: LIT Rocked!

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