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Introduction to NLII 2005 Summer Focus Session

The NLII 2005 Summer Focus Session took place at Michigan State University on June 15-16, 2005. Co-sponsored by Michigan State, the National Science Foundation, and the EDUCAUSE Learning Initiative (ELI, formerly NLII), the session explored emerging principles and practices in interactive learning and how institutions can rethink their learning environments to be more interactive and engaging.

This podcast report, developed by Michigan State journalism student Kate Salvadore, highlights the major themes of the focus session through interviews with EDUCAUSE VP Diana Oblinger, ELI Associate Program Director Paul Hagner, and ELI Fellow Cyprien Lomas.

ELI would like to thank the podcasting team from the Michigan State for their work on behalf of the focus session:

  • Darcy Greene, Associate Professor, Michigan State University School of Journalism
  • Bonnie Bucqueroux, Coordinator, Victims and The Media Program, Michigan State University School of Journalism
  • Kate Sarah Salvadore, Student, Michigan State University School of Journalism
  • Matthew Robert Lieber, Student, Michigan State University School of Journalism

The MSU team developed all of the podcast reports for the focus session. ELI staff also recorded the full audio from select focus session presentations, and those files will be made available for podcasting as well.

Podcasts

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