The 17th annual conference of the Association for Learning Technology ALT-C 2010 has just ended. And though I did not attend, I was fairly fully engaged with the keynote and invited sessions that were streamed via CrowdVine in Elluminate and will be made available on the ALT-C channel on YouTube.
Reflection starts now and I thought that I would use my newest e-learning gadget, my [LiveScribe Echo](http://www.livescribe.com/uk/) pen, and trial copy of [MyScript for LiveScribe](http://www.visionobjects.com/en/webstore/myscript-for-livescribe/description/) to jot down and post some ideas for possible topics for this or the [Swansea Learning Lab Community](http://llcommunity.blogspot.com/) blog.
Here is the list of possible blogging topics (mostly questions rather than answers note):
– How to engage with Twitter.
– Why don’t academics use technology?
– Is the lecture dead?
– What can we learn from the hole in the wall?
– Should students be telling us what to do?
– Carrot and sticks: could we change academics attitudes to effective ICT [for learning]?
– Remote attendance at conferences – could it be better than being there?
– Using LiveScribe or similar in lectures (as a lecturer rather than as a student).
Hopefully, this page will serve as a reminder to think about and write some of these up over the coming academic year.
The discussion will no doubt continue for a few days yet in the Twitterverse (tag [#altc2010](http://twitter.com/#search?q=%23altc2010)), on [Cloud Works](http://cloudworks.ac.uk/cloudscape/view/1987), and in [Facebook](http://www.facebook.com/#!/ALTC2010).