Over the coming months, the Networked Learning Conference community is hosting a number of 'hot seat' discussions via their online forum, in the run-up to their conference next year. The hot seat discussions will be initiated and facilitated by experts in the field, on a range of exciting topics related to networked learning. The first hot seat has just opened, facilitated by Professor Mike Sharples, on 'Massive Open Social Learning'. The forums are open to all (whether to just have a browse, or register and contribute) at: http://forum.networkedlearning.net/
The schedule for future hot seats is as follows:
November 8-18, 2015 Sonia Livingstone will facilitate the November Hot Seat: Boundaries and Limits of Networked and Connected Learning
December 6-12, 2015 Steve Wright will facilitate the December Hot Seat: What have the ANTs ever done for us? Packing your cases to follow the actors....
January 24-30, 2016 Don Passey will facilitate the January Hot Seat: Doctoral Studies in Networked Learning?
February 14-20, 2016 Anatoliy Gruzd will facilitate the February Hot Seat: Using Social Network Analysis to Study Networked Learning in Social Media
March 13-19, 2016 Jim Groom will facilitate the March Hot Seat: Clouds, Containers, and APIs, Oh My!