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Now that I have consumed the opening keynote for the K12Online Conference, I look forward to the evenings first LIVE event! Tonight at 7PM you can join David Warlick and many other educators from ALL OVER THE WORLD (I kid you not) in what is hailed as a “fireside chat,” aptly named b/c of the […]

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The blogoshere and twitterverse have all been in an uproar over the recent use of UStream.  Will Richardson invited all from twittervese to join him on UStream at University of Prince Edward Island’s New Media Institute, where he was giving a keynote address (watch it again here.)  Will literally let the chatrooms have a say […]

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Today I was asked to share at a faculty meeting about the upcoming 2007 K12Online Conference that kicks off October 8th with an opening keynote by David Warlick. My principal assured me the last five minutes of the meeting were mine to do this promotion. I worried that no one would be interested b/c at […]

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Okay so I get up a little earlier each morning for this vice of mine called blog reading, and imagine my shock, surprise, and delight to find that Doug Johnson, author of the Blue Skunk Blog, had read my post (titled Come Ride the Wave of Web 2.0 and Information Literacy) over on SCASL Blogs! […]

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Wow, I’m posting something again in one day.  Shame on me.  But son #1 is in Chicago for college–his sophomore classes start next week.  And high school junior son #2  is out with his teenaged friends for a little while. And hubby is fast asleep on the couch.  So I was cruising through my Bloglines–I […]

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Okay, yes, I will blog about Skype. Skype is a handy tool that allows you to have f2f conversations with a person using an online connection. All that is needed is a good connection and a webcam. Now I have to confess that I have been using Skype for about 2 years. My entire family […]

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I’ve seen this posted in several blogs I subscribe to today and in several list serves that I am a member of.  When I first saw it, I read it but didn’t really process it.  Then when I saw it in several different locations, I began to pay attention.  Considering my posting to support Global […]

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Okay so some of you already know I’m a HUGE Alan November fan. Alan has been to SC’s Edtech Conference and SCASL’s Conference in recent years, as well as many times at ISTE‘s NECC, so I’ve had many opportunities to see and hear him. He is even on my Skype contact list, and yes, there’s […]

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Many of you will not know, but I developed a “virtual” friendship of sorts with a fellow librarian who found me on the Internet, either through blogging or the Yahoo Groups for librarians working on National Board. I think it speaks volumes that I cannot really say where our friendship took root, but it has […]

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This media guru always knows exactly what to say to make me feel I am right there with her! The media guru of the century, Joyce Valenza, admittedly calls herself a 1.8 person, not quite 2.0. She considers herself still in beta, but proclaims to all that it is okay to still be in beta. […]

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