Reflections on the last 10 years of TELIC and ELMAC conferences
Keywords: community, conference, learning
AbstractI have been part of the TELIC community for 15 years: first as a student on the E-learning, Multimedia and Consultancy (ELMAC) course starting in 2001 and graduating in 2005; and later teaching on the Technology Enhanced Learning, Innovation and Change (TELIC) 2009-11. In this time I have attended 9 of the 10 annual student-led conferences. This is my commentary on those events and what they meant to me.
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