Keep up with Classroom 2.0 LIve conversations. I actually have this as part of my Google Calendar so I can keep up with it.
“This Saturday, Mar. 21st, Peggy George, Kim Caise, and Lorna Costantini will be hosting another Classroom 2.0 LIVE web meeting. Classroom 2.0 “LIVE” meetings are an opportunity to gather with other members of the community in real-time events, complete with audio, chat, desktop sharing, and sometimes even video. (Special thanks to our sponsor, Elluminate, for providing the service that allows us to do this!) A Google Calendar of shows is available at http://live.classroom20.com/calendar.html.
The topic this Saturday is: “Podcasting”. Our special guest will be Kevin Honeycutt, founder of the “Podstock” Ning. Our Newbie Question of the Week will be: “What is a podcast and how can I use it to support my teaching?” We hope you’ll join us to share your ideas and questions. Links for more information can be found at http://live.classroom20.com. We strive to make our shows beginner-friendly and if you’ve never participated in a live web meeting don’t be afraid to come and take a peek at the show’s format. We love newbies to join us and ‘dip their toes in’ the conversations until you feel comfortable enough to “jump in the conversations with both feet”! We want to encourage “experienced Web 2.0 users” to join us by contributing and extending the conversation by sharing real-life examples and tips/suggestions.
Date: Sat., Mar. 21, 2009
Time: 9:00am PST/10:00am MST/11:00am CST/12:00pm EST
Other time zones link and a link to the actual meeting room can be found at http://live.classroom20.com/.
Location: Elluminate https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid=2008350&password=M.97A21EB084879D9442B4EDF2437E3D”
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