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[Spring Workshop 2008] Program

“Creativity”
Emily Carr, Granville Island
May 29 & 30th, 2008

Welcome by Bryan Fair, BCIT & SCETUG Chair & Monique Fouquet, VP Academic, Emily Carr
MashUp Intro (Creative time) – Brian Lamb
Keynote Speaker:”The Creative Process”, Liane Gabora, UBC Okanagan

SESSION DESCRIPTIONS

PRESENTERS

“Digital Storytelling”, Brian Fair

“Grassroots Video: New tricks for old dogs”, Michael Minions

“Teaching Art Online”, Heidi May & Kyla Mallett

“Virtual Worlds: Second Life”, Nola Johnson

“Acting Up!”, Michelle Kearns

“Hands-On: Mindmapping Madness: web tools to capture the chaos”, Cindy Underhill

“Teaching popular culture online: finding the tools for a pedagogy of empowerment”, Jody Baker

“Hands-On: Web 2.0 tools for teaching popular culture”, Jody Baker

“”Hands-On: pachyderm: rich media presentations”, Negin Mirriahi & Angela Lam

“CrowdTrust”, David Vogt

“What’s on Your Horizon?, Scott Leslie & Cyprien Lomas

“Open Source Content: Cultivating a culture of sharing our creativity”, Chris Grantham

“Storyboarding”, Elena Underhill

“Hands-On: Digital Storytelling”, Bryan Fair

“Hands-On: Grassroots Video: new tricks for old dogs”, Michael Minions

“Hands-On: Being Creative in Second Life”, Dan O’Reilly

Mobilizing Educational Media: Let’s get it started” ¬†Lisa O’Neill

Dare2BDigital” Paul Stacey

Glocal: Opensourcing creativity” Jeremy Thorp

A Geek and his Gadgets” Bob Clark

“Mobile Content” David Vogt

Institutional Updates

Dinner at Dockside Restaurant ¬†& induction of new Members Emeritus: Bob Clark, Jacqueline Bradshaw, Patrick O’Brien

Networking- Creative Time

Emily Carr Campus Tour

Workshop Wrapup

  • Display of our Vision of Creativity (mashup)
  • What did we learn about creativity
  • How to apply in the world of ed technology? 1. as individuals 2. Community of practitioners with challenges we face.