An interesting list of things to emerge – it would be very interesting to know what (sector and job) profile of group participants produced it. I was recently struck by Neil Selwyn’s 2008 challenge to the research community to focus on the “state-of-the-actual” rather than “state-of-the-art” (Technology, Pedagogy and Education Vol. 17, No. 2, July 2008, 83–87). Distrust of ‘magic bullet’ messages about ILT seems to be flourishing in the cold climate.
I found both Seb’s posting and the LSIS conference itself (with its presentations and prominent presenters as a reflection of the current e-politics of the sector) most interesting as we approach the post-Becta era.