[Air-l] the 16th International Congress of Anthropological and Ethnographical Science

pangcuiming pangcuiming at hotmail.com
Tue May 22 20:53:14 PDT 2007

Hi, are there anybody interested in organizing panels for the 16th Internernational Congress of Anthropological and Ethnographical Science? Maybe the topic of virtual ethnography?
Here is the link: http://www.icaes2008.org/enindex.htm

> Date: Wed, 23 May 2007 13:25:28 +1000> From: mhward at usyd.edu.au> To: air-l at listserv.aoir.org> Subject: Re: [Air-l] Technology Transforming Education> > I'm not clear who 'we' are (people on this list? Academics?) or why we > would limit this engagement to the US. Shifts in the technologies of > learning are happening worldwide.> > Teaching is always being redesigned - the classrooms my children sat in > in the 70s and 80s bore little resemblance to the classrooms I sat in > the 1950s. The classrooms my grandchildren sit in today are very > different again> > M-H in Australia.> > > > Steve Jones wrote:> > ><nostalgia>That takes me back to my UIUC days, and PLATO...Programmed > >Logic for Automated Teaching Operations.</nostalgia>> >> >(That probably gives away my age as much as admitting I have a > >"record collection.")> >> >These are the kinds of discussions in which I wish we could engage > >many U.S. faculty and administrators. One of the things I'm seeing on > >a lot of campuses the last couple of years is excitement among > >administrators about "blended" learning because it promises to free > >up classroom space, which ties into two important administrative > >matters, namely an interest in increasing enrollment as a means of > >increasing revenue, and an interest in keeping a lid on construction > >costs (or, in some cases, the cost of leased space). I agree that > >those are important matters, but I disagree that they are sufficient > >reasons to "re-design" teaching (though maybe in really dire > >circumstances, along the lines, say, of what happened in New Orleans > >and along the Gulf Coast due to Hurricane Katrina, it would be > >justifiable as a temporary solution to buildings that must be > >rehabbed and are unusable in the meantime).> > > >> > _______________________________________________> The air-l at listserv.aoir.org mailing list> is provided by the Association of Internet Researchers http://aoir.org> Subscribe, change options or unsubscribe at: http://listserv.aoir.org/listinfo.cgi/air-l-aoir.org> > Join the Association of Internet Researchers: > http://www.aoir.org/
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