A Great Way to Finish the Year

December 9, 2009 at 11:05 pm 1 comment

It’s not about computers; it’s about people.

That’s the slogan you can be sure to hear next week when you arrive at Belmont City College. The buzz around campus now is focussed on the Web 2.0 expo – 4 days of learning and living the social media/network experience in 3 different venues. The expo is for absolutely everyone here at BCC. Staff and students are welcome to attend and involve themselves in one of the most exciting initiatives that our college has seen.

Spearheaded by Mr Lasic, the Web 2.0 expo comprises of the 3 main aspects of Web 2.0 tools: Creation, Collaboration and Connecting. The main point is to show that this is not about technology, it is about how we use these tools to connect as humans, how we use them to create exciting products for the classroom, and how we come together to collaborate as a team on initiatives.

So make sure you come down to the Library, LC13 and E12 next week for one of the greatest learning experiences that you will have this year!

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  • 1. Human » Blog Archive » Using real world  |  December 10, 2009 at 12:22 am

    […] Speaking of seminars, our school will be running a ‘Web 2.0 Expo’ for four days next week (Tuesday, 14 Dec to Friday, 17 Dec; 9.00 (9am) to 15.00 (3pm) UTC +7 world clock here). The three amigos Simon Carabetta, Jaeik Jeong and myself plus 15 student volunteers who have signed over the last few days through our school forum will try to live our expo slogan: “This is not about computers, this is about people. […]

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