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Good roundup David. Been meaning to throw you this link to an podcast interview that Niall Kennedy conducted with Charlene Li. But I have been a touch busy the past few days...

Worth a listen: http://www.niallkennedy.com/blog/archives/2007/04/social-media-trends-podcast.html

Very interesting scale of engagement- what is a 'Refactor' though? Thought of this way of looking at levels of online engagement when at the Channel 4 education conference yesterday-
sounds like we're all 'tourists' in the world of the 'natives'(kids born after the birth of the web)- am feeling suddenly out of date!

I blogged the conference with a participation slant here:
http://www.involve.org.uk/index.cfm?fuseaction=main.viewBlogEntry&intMTEntryID=3091

Ewan McIntosh did a far more eloquent job of explaining what went on here: http://edu.blogs.com/edublogs/ (and his has pictures too!) :)

I think that a scale like this is v.useful for grappling with ever more complex layers of engagement in a simple graphic way. Would be interested in developing one specifically for children and young peopl eonline.

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