This podcast features a presentation by Alan November at the Learning 2.0 conference in Shanghai, China, on September 14, 2007. Alan’s session description in the conference program was: In this working session, we will combine our best thinking to create a library of creative assignments that our colleagues can use as high quality examples of applying internet 2.0 tools across the curriculum.
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