June 18, 2008 I am scheduled to give a half day a.m. workshop on Web 2.0 tools and I’ve been given some freedom and flexibility on what I do and how I do it. I am planning to show a few short videos, get a Twitter hello w/ advice, and Skype in a few folks. I have personally contacted a few already, but have decided to use my blog (and Twitter) to solicit more volunteers. I just want some people to allow a skype (w/video or not–the choice is yours) to talk to my audience about how you personally use any 2.0 tools for professional development or projects with students.
I am not talking an hour commitment or anything like that, just a short, sweet “hello” and “here’s an idea or example I’d like to share.” Actually I’ll limit volunteers to no more than 10 or 20 minutes at the most.
Please contact me if you are willing. I am on the east coast, so eastern time rules. I’ll help with the time conversion if you need it. This would be so AWESOME, and what better way to talk about and/or showcase 2.0 tools than to utilize them in my session?
Did I mention my target audience is teacher-librarians–AKA school library media specialists? These are your potential head collaborators at your schools, and I want to equip them with some knock-your-socks-off project based learning ideas they can take back to their schools.
Okay, if you can’t be available to help out, perhaps you can make a video or podcast hello with a tip, example, or advice? I would be MOST appreciative! Use the comments here or the contact form on the blog to join me for this endeavor.