I'm glad you liked the suggestion, for I was worried about saying something
As I didn't send that email to the group, they might be lacking some
background info, so here's the excerpt of my email to you
"I was thinking about what you mentioned about the Webheads yesterday in our
TI meeting. When I searched for the Webheads, you're right full of
nothing-to-do-with-us. I was wondering if you could kindly invite the group
to tag our stuff in a way that we could see what each other is doing through
the tagging system. I was making some searches and realized that if
everybody started just tagging "webheadsinaction", then we'd really have a
convergence of what is spread on the wide spaces of the Net. By the way, Bee
is the one consistently tagging webheadsinaction. I'll just get back to my
new blog and rename my tag!
Well, just an idea that would expand this networked tagging world.
webheadsinaction, so it be tagged!
On 7/31/07, Vance Stevens <vance_stevens@...> wrote:
> Now why didn't I think of that??
> Carla's suggestion is so obvious it smacks of
> I was re-listening to Konrad Glogowski and Christopher
> Sessums talking on Personal Learning Environments -
> Exploring Professional Development in a Networked
> World, their talk at the WiAOC convergence, where
> Konrad was making the point that for teachers to teach
> blogging, they need to be blogging themselves,
> otherwise it's a case of do as I say, not as I do.
> "Now here's the kicker" he said. The students (in
> teacher training programs) are generally into social
> networking in the friends and recreation side of their
> lives but are not using these tools in their
> professional work. Why, he wondered, do they not see
> how the social networking tool can help their
> So here I've been giving talks on getting students
> collaborating by using tags common to the group that
> wishes to converge their web artifacts, and have not,
> as Carla pointed out, suggested that webheads do the
> same in the course of their everyday social
> So hear ye hear ye, the tag is webheadsinaction
> Use it liberally.
> And at this page
> you'll notice an RSS feed. Add that feed to your
> bloglines to monitor results.
> Thanks, Carla,
> ps. Carla, not much happened at TI at the Webmatrix
> time, so the students who were there chatted in YM.
> It was more a social chat than a working one. A lot
> of it was about one person behind a firewall who
> couldn't get the Java chat working at TI (another
> reason to stay in YM) and another who was using Ubuntu
> and had to work out how to get Java downloaded for
> Linux, so trying to work out technical issus for next
> --- Carla arena wrote:
> > Dear Vance,
> > Sorry for not making to TappedIn last night, but I
> > was wondering if you
> > could send me the chat transcript to see what's
> > happening and how are people
> > connecting in the project.
> > Also, I was thinking about what you mentioned about
> > the Webheads yesterday
> > in our TI meeting. When I searched for the Webheads,
> > you're right full of
> > nothing-to-do-with-us. I was wondering if you could
> > kindly invite the group
> > to tag our stuff in a way that we could see what
> > each other is doing through
> > the tagging system. I was making some searches and
> > realized that if
> > everybody started just tagging "webheadsinaction",
> > then we'd really have a
> > convergence of what is spread on the wide spaces of
> > the Net. By the way, Bee
> > is the one consistently tagging webheadsinaction.
> > I'll just get back to my
> > new blog and rename my tag!
> > Well, just an idea that would expand this networked
> > tagging world.
> > http://www.technorati.com/tag/webheadsinaction
> > Waiting for news.
> > Carla
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