#edmedia11 was the most tagged tweet in Portugal during the Ed-Media conference, according to the organisers, the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE). STAT – the Semantic Analysis Twitter Tool – gives a detailed analysis of the 3,745 tweets in its archive. Crismattos was the most prolific tweeter with 496 tweets, compared to my modest 11 tweets. The most tweeted terms included learning (288), open (182) and keynote (181).
While tweets are written on the spot, blog posts are typically written after the event when the writer has had time to digest and reflect on the conference. A Google search (4 pages deep) found the following blog posts and one wiki page about Ed-Media 2011:
- Paolo Simoes – Scoop It – RSS feeds from a number of blogs
- Stefanie Panke – Educational Technology Change – good overview with a focus on keynotes
- Daniel K Schneider- EduTech Wiki – a thorough, critical analysis of the conference
- Mohsen Saadatmand – Virtual Presence & Networked Collaboration – overview of the conference. Lots of links.
- Margaret Campbell – Education Stormfront – focus on Digital Scholarship
- George Veletsianos – Digital Scholarship Debate
- Janaina Oliveira – Learning as Representation – focus on virtual worlds
- Evrim Baran – Online Teacher Competencies
- Net Gen Skeptic – ED-MEDIA Helps Put the Nail in the “Digital Natives” Coffin – on the theme of a previous post in this blog