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Presentation Award for Tim Neumann
Thursday, 08 September 2011
Association for Learning TechnologyLKL's Tim Neumann won a best short presentation award at the Association for Learning Technology Conference 2011 at the University of Leeds for his Pecha-Kucha-style presentation Matchmaking Learning Technologists and Flourishing Collaborations.
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In a bid to enhance the value of poster presentations, the ALT-C organisers introduced a Pecha-Kucha-style short presentation format for the first time at this conference. While the original Pecha Kucha format demands a presentation of 20 slides with 20 seconds per slide, the format adopted by the conference required participants to present nine slides with 45 seconds per slide.

Based on a combination of delegate votes and committee decisions, Professor John Cook from London Metropolitan University announced five winners in the short presentation category at the conference gala dinner on 7 September.

Tim Neumann was one of the winners with his engaging presentation Matchmaking Learning Technologists and Flourishing Collaborations: The Case of The Bloomsbury Colleges.

The presentation slides, the accompanying e-poster, and a handout are available on the conference social network site , and linked from below:
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The award winning presentation, captured on a smartphone, is availabe on YouTube .

 
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