Web Literacy 2.0 Chat Oliver Quinlan

Oliver Quinlan Chat

Oliver Quinlan @oliverquinlan Blog: Oliver Quinlan

Oliver is an educator and writer with experience from early years to higher education. He has worked as a school teacher, a lecturer in education, and now manages digital education projects for innovation foundation Nesta.

Doug Belshaw (Web Literacy Lead, Mozilla) has interviewed 38 people about the Web Literacy Map. The audio is available at the Internet Archive. They are of great interest to anyone interested in online and education.

Web Literacy 2.0 Chat Josie Fraser

Josie Fraser Chat

Josie Fraser @josiefraser, Blog: SocialTech | this is the beta generation

Josie is a social and educational technologist.
She currently work for Leicester City Council, where I lead on the technology strand of the city’s £340 million Building Schools for the Future Programme. She runs DigiLit Leicester digital literacy school staff development project, a partnership between Leicester City Council, De Montfort University, and the 23 BSF schools.

Doug Belshaw (Web Literacy Lead, Mozilla) has interviewed 38 people about the Web Literacy Map. The audio is available at the Internet Archive. They are of great interest to anyone interested in online and education.

Web Literacy 2.0 Chat: Oliver Quinlan

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Oliver Quinlan is a Program Manager at Nesta, the UK’s innovation charity. He works on the digital education team, researching into evidence of the impact of technology in schools.

Doug Belshaw (Web Literacy Lead, Mozilla) has interviewed 38 people about the Web Literacy Map. The audio is available at the Internet Archive. They are of great interest to anyone interested in online and education.
The Web Literacy chats are distributed under a Creative Commons — CC0 1.0 Universal license.

Web Literacy 2.0 Chat – Catherine Cronin

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Text of chat with Catherine Cronin.

Catherine Cronin is an open educator, researcher, learner. Academic coordinator of online IT programmes and lecturer in Information Technology at the National University of Ireland, Galway.

Doug Belshaw (Web Literacy Lead, Mozilla) has interviewed 38 people about the Web Literacy Map. The audio is available at the Internet Archive. They are of great interest to anyone interested in online and education.