Sharing

On 12 March I presented a keynote address at the IASI World Congress in Canberra. I posted a draft of my presentation in Slideshare. Gavin Reynolds has alerted me that:

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My presentation is on Day 2 of the Proceedings. Given the conference theme (Building and Sustaining Sport Information Communities – through connectivity, collaboration and sharing), and that my experience of the CCK08 course was so profound, I am keen to share these links.

This video segment introduces my talk.

In the minute I mention Gavin (Gavin Reynolds), Wayne (Wayne Goldsmith) and Flynny (Michael Flynn). I was delighted that each of them was in the audience as they have had a significant impact on my thinking and practice in sport.

These are the slides I used in the presentation iasi09-part-1 iasi-part-2 All the acknowledgements for the images used in the presentation are at the end of Part 2.

I used a Twitter Tag #IASI (and realised I needed to distinguish it from the Romanian #IASI post-event) for the conference and ran Tweet Deck throughout as my message centre.

A Fourth Age of Sports Institutes

Some time ago I started a post about my presentation to IASI in Canberra in March 2009.

I have a draft of my presentation at Slideshare. I am having some difficulty with the bandwidth available to me out at Mongarlowe and am still to add a Slidecast to the presentation.

It is a draft and will change as the IASI Congress unfolds. I am enormously indebted to Stephen Downes, George Siemens and my colleagues in CCK08 for helping me to accelerate my thinking in such an open way.

Update

This is the updated Slideshare (7 March):

View more presentations from Keith Lyons. (tags: semantic age)

This is a link to a Scribd archive of the presentation on 12 March. It contains all acknowledgements and references used.