From 20-21 May, I’ll be in Melbourne to open up the State Library of Victoria’s very exciting Digital Society Series with two evenings of public talks:

[The Digital Society Series is] a new speaker series exploring the interface of digital and analogue worlds and their impact on human experience and innovation. Leading experts will discuss the ways in which connections, meaning and opportunities drive our ways of living and shape our learning and knowledge.

I’m ridiculously excited. I’ve never been to Melbourne and have been assured I will absolutely love it.

If you’re in town, please do join! On the evening of Monday 20th, I’ll be talking about Untangling the Web: What the Internet Is Doing To You, my new book.

On the evening of Tuesday 21st, I’ll be joining an esteemed panel to pick apart Connected Learning:

What happens when you mix technology, information and people together? How does the pace, type and scope of learning expand? This exciting panel will explore these concepts and discuss how connected learning is evolving through a mix of the web, passion and peer relationships.

Looking forward to seeing you there!