Learning Technologies Backchannel (#lt11UK) – Collected Resources

I am a huge proponent of backchannel learning (see related posts).  There are lots of conferences I would love to be able to attend, but my budget can only accomodate one or two each year.  The backchannel is an excellent resource for learning from a conference or event that you are unable to attend in-person.

Last year, I posted a collection of the learning resources I was able to compile from the DevLearn10 conference backchannel (post).  It was a valuable learning experience for me, and the collection seemed to be of value to others as well.  With that in mind, I recently reviewed the archive of backchannel tweets from the Learning Technologies conference held on January 26th and 27th.  There were over 1,900 tweets posted with the conference hashtag (#LT11UK), so there was plenty of value being shared.

For starters, the official conference website has the program guide available.  You can access it HERE

Conference Summaries and Recaps

Full Backchannel Transcipt via What the Hashtag
Upstairs / Downstairs by Steve Wheeler
A Review of Learing Technologies 2011 by e-learning centre
Learning Technoligies 2011: Initial Reactions by Karen Romeis
Hot Girls in Pink T-shirts by proxburgh
Reflections after Learning Technologies 2011 Part 1 by Mattias Kareld (Added 1/29)
Reflections after Learning Technoligies 2011 Part 2 by Mattias Kareld (Added 1/30)
Reflections after Learning Technologies 2011 Part 3 by Mattias Kareld (Added 2/2)
Following #LY11UK, it’s back down to earth… by Craig Taylor (Added 1/30)
Learning Technologies 2011 by David Bennett (Added 1/30)
Learning Technoligies UK wrap-up by Clark Quinn (Added 1/31)
Learning Technolgies – a refresher in integrated marketing by Ed Martin (Added 1/31)
Learning Technologies 2011 by Sean Burrough (Added 1/31)
Highlights from the Learning Technologies Conference by Cathy Moore (Added 2/1)
Learning Technologies… and Beyond by James McLuckie (Added 2/2)
3 Simple Steps to Delivering Results with Learning Technologies by Laura Overton (Added 2/2)
Failing to learn by David Bennett (Added 2/2)

Slide Presentations

The Essentials to Supporting an Online Learning Community by James McLuckie
Taking the Next Step by Craig Taylor
Making the most of online communities: Tweet your way to L&D Ssccess by Dan Martin (Added 1/31)

Video Archives of Conference Sessions (Added 3/1)
Keynote Speakers (Roger Schank, Jonathan Margolis, & Mike Campbell)
Track 1 Speakers (Chris Bones, Steve Wheeler, Ewan McIntosh, Steve Smith, David Mallon, and Lee Sheldon)
Track 2 Speakers (David Wilson, David Perring, Andrew Smart, Tom Martell, Clark Quinn, & James Clay)
Track 3 Speakers (Charles Jennings, Sarah Frame, Tim Drewitt, Keith Stopforth, Andy Andrews, & Steve Poole)
Track 4 Speakers (Jane Bozarth, Cathy Moore, Nigel Paine, Dr. Itiel Dror, Dr. Chris Atherton, & Craig Taylor)

Learning Technologies 2011 Exit Poll by Now Communications
Flickr Photo Album by Craig Taylor
Effective Use of QR Codes by Andy Wooler
QR Codes: The Nuts and Bolts by Stephen Downes
Hello Olympia podcast by Craig Taylor
Text Wall from Taking the Next Step by Craig Taylor
MindMap of Roger Schank Keynote by Clark Quinn (Added 1/29)
Elements of Effective Practice Experiences slide from Clark Quinn presentation (Added 1/29)
The eXtended Web slide from Steve Wheeler presentation (Added 1/29)
Ask Subject Matter Experts slide by Cathy Moore (Added 1/29)
Managers and 70:20:10 slide by Charles Jennings (Added 1/29)
CWCCM Wiki movie from #LT11UK by Craig Taylor (Added 1/30)
Blog Post: e-Learning Stuff Podcast #069: Where have you been? by James Clay (Added 1/31)
The Story of How I Got to Speak at #lt11uk by Craig Taylor  (Added 2/4)
Tips from Learning Technologies 2011 via Saffron Interactive’s YouTube Channel (Added 3/1)

I am still reviewing the full transcript and will be adding to this list as I discover new resources.  I will tweet updates if additional links are added.  If you know of a valued resource I should add to the list – or if something is inaccurate – please add it to the comments or tweet me a link to @LnDDave.

If you find these collections of value, I have posts that consolidate the backchannel resources from other conferences.  An archive of all of these posts can be accessed by clicking the link below:

Click here to access the archive of backchannel resource posts.

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