This is a brief post to follow up a previous post on the Model United Nations format which we have undertaken successfully in Buckinghamshire and successfully supported with Moodle. I presented (briefly) at the BETT 2012 TeachMeet on this and thought I'd share the next iteration and how we will (hopefully) improve and focus the use of appropriate technology on the day of the conference. This post will probably make more sense in the context of the original post which is here.
|The view from the Al Jazeera desk at a previous iteration of the Model United Nations in Buckinghamshire.|
|The Al Jazeera team from a previous iteration of the Model United Nations in Buckinghamshire.|
We're hoping that the Media Teams are going to replicate what media teams covering any major event would do - report to the world, knowing that their reports will be seen by those at the event during breaks, recording short pieces (on FlipCams) for summaries during the day, and in general expanding the reach of the media over what is always an inspirational day. If you want to get involved and give the process a wider audience, then you are welcome to follow the Twitter accounts of the MUN Media Teams, who I hope will be tweeting live from the event all day tomorrow...
|Media teams covering a previous MUN conference in Buckinghamshire.|