Digital Selves: navigating the self in many places at once

A session at Bring IT, Together [ECOO & OASBO]

Friday 25th October, 2013

11:00am to 11:45am (EST)

We live in a time of profound change. The very definition of who and where we are is constantly changing. Never before in history have people been as connected to so many different people and places as they are now. Trends suggest it will only intensify. Are we doomed to a half existence in many places, constantly distracted, unable to complete a thought? Or will the person on the other side of this technological adolescence be multi-dimensional in ways we can't currently imagine?

Come with me on an examination of recent history and future trends. How can we integrate or separate technology to better facilitate learning? How can we prepare students for the strange world they are about to graduate into? How can we survive and thrive in these times of profound change ourselves?

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Timothy King

Struggling against the impending future. Teacher, writer, visual artist. Mixing technological optimism with philosophical pragmatism since 1969.

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16 attendees

  • Alanna King
  • Claudia Sicondolfo
  • Colin Jagoe
  • Martha Miller
  • Doug Peterson
  • Lisa Neale
  • Jared Bennett
  • Derek Walker
  • Jamie Reaburn Weir
  • Lisa Noble
  • Joseph Romano
  • Sarah Le
  • Steve
  • Susan Campo
  • T.J. Goertz
  • Timothy King

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  • Cathy Beach
  • Aaron Puley
  • Deb Goggin
  • Denise Gotell
  • Jason Richea
  • Kimberley Flood
  • Samantha
  • Brian Hill
  • Yves Mainville

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Time 11:00am11:45am EST

Date Fri 25th October 2013


Peller Estates A, Scotiabank Convention Centre

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