Sunday, October 14, 2007

K-12 Online Conference Presentations Begin Tomorrow!

Participate in the free K12 Online Conference For anyone who is interested in web2.0 tools and classroom integration ideas, you MUST explore the 2007 K-12 Online Conference presentations. They will be posted starting Monday October 15th at 8:00am (Eastern Time). You can also participate in the online discussion board about the presentations (where many presenters will answer your questions/comments). Additionally, you can participate in a live conference chat with many of the presenters on Saturday October 20th and 27th after the week of presentations. Many well-known and respected educational bloggers and web2.0 experts are participating in the conference this year. I also have a presentation on Cell Phones as Learning Tools that will be posted in the New Tools sessions starting Monday October 15th. I struggled with putting the presentation together since this is the first time I have done a completely virtual "lecture." I am not 100% happy with the visual outcome of my presentation (I used a combination of iMovie, PowerPoint, and QuickTime Pro). Although I think the content is worthy, I just wish I had more time to refine the look. I look forward to hearing feedback (the good, bad, and the ugly) as well as comments and opinions on this particular topic. I am also very excited about watching some of the other presentations and participating in those online discussions. The great thing about the virtual conference is that you can participate and view presentations at your leisure.

1 comment:

kristianstill said...

Hi Liz, I enjoyed your presentation. I think there are a number of very practical uses of phones in education. I use the message alert all the time as quiz buzzers!

Anyway, it would be good to bounce ideas. Good luck with your studies. (

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