Virtual Reality @ Real Life

I’m a bit behind the curve on this one. I’ve done the standard 15 minute presentation, but it took me a lot longer to put together than I had expected. The topic: the learning blogosphere. I’ve glanced as some of the other offerings for VR@RL, and this is a bit on the lightweight side, but I hope there is something there of interest.

You can also download a copy of the presentation in WMV (18 Mb) or MOV (35 Mb) formats.

Update: By popular request, the video (split into two halves) is now up on YouTube:

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2 Comments

  1. M.
    Posted 7/26/2006 at 4:49 pm | Permalink

    I’ll be encouraging our faculty to watch this, Alex – it’s great to have someone who says this so clearly, and who connects up so many of the things we’ve been thinking about and talking about out here. Thank you!

  2. stefanos
    Posted 8/23/2006 at 6:32 am | Permalink

    like the end of part 2: sounds like you had to deal with some interesting politics leaving upstate…

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  1. […] Just this morning, I also watched Alex Halavias’ video on “the learning blogosphere” where he also noted the How-To/DIY trend being a natural aspect of the blogging culture. I’d encourage everyone to watch it, not because I’m in it [yeah yeah], but because Alex speaks with the wisdom of history to back up his point. I’ve told him to YouTube it and he sounded willing. In the meantime, you can download it as .mov or wmv. from his blog. […]

  2. […] Don’t miss Alex’s video clips he put together on blogging: The learning blogosphere. For no other reason, it is fun to hear his voice overly compressed. But in general, this thoughts are always well contextualized and measured. Will be required watching for my winter course. Blogging, Learning, Livejournal, CLD419, Alex Halavais […]

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