Kathleen Tyner
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The University of Texas at Austin
About Me
I am an assistant professor in the Radio-TV-Film department at UT-Austin and also do development and research for community-based groups who are working with media education, youth media, media arts, archives, and social networking projects. I write and speak to groups around the world about the need for new media education policies and programs.

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At 5:36pm on July 28, 2007, jomcleay said…
Hi thanks for your comment Kathleen and the links. I will be reading with interest.
At 3:11am on July 17, 2007, Lino Oliveira said…
Hi Kathleen Tyner

Thank you for your invitation.
I like your profile.
I apreciate the scope of your work and I am do some investigation about new ways of teaching and learning.
It could be great count on you for a visit to Portugal.

Best regards
At 9:32pm on July 16, 2007, suziea said…
Hi Kathleen,
We just had an ICT Expo where our keynote looked at the need for mulitple literacies such as music and video so your area of work looks interesting.
At 5:37pm on July 16, 2007, Sharon Betts said…
Hi Kathleen,
Nice to join you as a friend. I am working in K-12 and transforming our Prof. Dev. to 2.0 platforms.
At 2:14pm on July 16, 2007, Chris Jackson said…
Thanks for the invitation. You've probably seen that my interest is mostly in literacy and related things. I'm more engaged in trying to persuade my colleagues in a post 16 college to use Web 2.0. I blog and read blogs, I shout the praises of pageflakes, and use odd bits and peices with my students.

Coincidently my partner teaches TV at the Unversity of Salford - she's a camera specialist, but does not use web learning.
At 1:18pm on July 16, 2007, Shawn Kimball said…
At our K-8 school we are contemplating introducing social networking to our students. Currently they spent so much time on their profiles in their FirstClass email and Moodle (Open Source course management software) that I think they would learn so many more skills putting time into their existence in a social network.

I just discovered Pageflakes (pageflakes.com and flakes are widgets like those added in iGoogle accounts) but really like the student pageflake accounts and default widgets (student.pageflakes.com). Are there other social networking opportunities that we should look at? Parents fear MySpace and Facebook right now and I think we can promote student pageflakes as teaching the skills and how to be safe AND LEARN in social networks. I know I am learning much in the Classroom 2.0 network.
At 1:13pm on July 16, 2007, berniec said…
Thanks for the invitation. I look forward to your helpful insights.
At 12:39pm on July 16, 2007, Esbjorn Jorsater said…
Thanks for the invitation.
I have worked with one education tv-project in Sweden. The young students (11 year) asked their grandfathers/grandmothers about a moment in their youth, and they make a comics about this moment. It was a combination of history and comics. We also made some interviews with swedish cartoonists and comic history.
I also made a course book and a manual for the teachers.
A lot of schools used this methods in their schools.
It was funny and possible to use in different countries.
At 12:08pm on July 16, 2007, Rodrigo Vieira Ribeiro said…
Thank you for your invitation!
be my guest!
At 11:01am on July 16, 2007, Janek Wagner said…
Hi, Kathleen, Thanks for your invite!

I am testing some new web 2.0 apps for education now and I am translating some most interesting to Czech language or writing about for Czech webzines.


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