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Conference 2.0

What a lovely day. We have (yet) another 2.0 term: Conference 2.0. When we were working on our conference article for EDUCAUSE, I had one driving desire (well, I had several, primary of which was to actually finish the article): under no circumstances would we pick low-hanging fruit to title the article – such as conference 2.0. Fortunately, Teddy (editor) equally suffered from “2.0 fatigue”.
From the article: “”People now have a voice, enabled by technology, to participate and be heard, and they’re going to use it,” Heuer said. “This has only just begun. It’s only the first inkling of how people are going to seize the power from institutions. People in power need to find ways to get the audience to participate.”"