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  • Sophie and Yiannis
    Greetings colleagues, This message is to invite you to submit a proposal to a unique event to be held entirely online this November 18-20, 2005 -- The Webheads
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      Greetings colleagues,

      This message is to invite you to submit a proposal to a unique event
      to be held entirely online this November 18-20, 2005 -- The Webheads
      in Action Online Convergence: Bridges in Cyberspace.

      There is a Call for Papers online at
      http://www.d-oliver.net/WiA/cfp.htm

      Submissions are due September 15, 2005 and can be submitted online at
      http://users.prof2000.pt/wia/oc

      The form requires registration but once initiated, proposals can be
      edited as often as needed prior to the Sept. 15 deadline, and any
      number of proposals can be submitted under the same logon. The form
      will send email with scheduling details to those whose proposals are
      accepted.

      The conference is being organized by Webheads in Action Community of
      Practice
      http://www.webheads.info
      http://groups.yahoo.com/group/evonline2002_webheads/

      Webheads is a world-wide, cross-cultural, and vibrant online-community
      of educators with an open enrollment for anyone who wants to join. It
      was created in 1997-8 by Vance Stevens, in Abu Dhabi, Maggi Doty in
      Germany, and Michael Coghlan, in Australia, for ESL learners and
      facilitators as a student-teacher community. It has expanded to
      encompass a myriad of educators involved in e-learning in TESOL
      EVOnline (Electronic Village) and other language or cultural-based
      curricula. Webheads meet online regularly to explore the latest
      synchronous and non-synchronous communications technologies, including
      video and voice, to adapt and demonstrate new innovative ideas for e-
      learning and classroom curriculum. These educators also display a deep
      warmth and dedication to helping others. They are evolutionary and
      enterprising scholars who are harmonious and know how to have a lot of
      fun.
      (Quoted from the URL here)
      http://henry.sandi.net/staff/cpauchni/webheads.html

      Supporting sponsors

      - Alado - http://www.alado.net
      - Learning Times - http://www.learningtimes.org
      - Worldbridges - http://www.worldbridges.com
      - Tapped In – http://www.tappedin.org

      About the convergence

      - The conference will be free.
      - Participation is open to all.
      - Registration is via our conference Moodle:
      http://www.opensource.idv.tw/moodle/
      - The conference will be held via whatever medium the presenter
      wishes to use (our hosts are contributing voice enabled online spaces
      to this event).
      - Events can be synchronous or asynchronous.
      - The more developed of the presentation writeups will be encouraged
      to join us in publishing a proceeds.

      Proposals can be for events in just about any duration or format that
      can be mounted in the form of a presentation or collaborative event
      online. Interaction can be synchronous or asynchronous. Synchronous
      presentations can be held in one of our voice-enabled presentation
      portals, or given as a webcast, or presented as streamed audio and/or
      video either as a presentation or panel discussion. Asyncrhonous
      events might include bulletin board discussions, online poster
      sessions, perhaps integrated with a content management system, or
      whatever the presenter imagines might be effective. The topics can be
      pedagogical or technical, and can range from reports of research or
      practical work with students over the Internet, to descriptions or
      explorations of how interaction takes place over the Internet
      (technically or socially; e.g., how communities form to effect this
      interaction).

      There is more general information about the conference here:
      http://www.vancestevens.com/papers/evonline2002/convergence2005.htm
      Mirrors:
      -
      http://69.93.138.106/~wia/vstevens/papers/evonline2002/convergence2005.
      htm
      -
      http://www.prof2000.pt/users/vstevens/papers/evonline2002/convergence20
      05.htm

      We hope you will consider submitting a proposal to our conference.

      Please disseminate this information to others in your professional
      network, and to anyone you feel might be interested.

      In case of questions or difficulty in reaching conference URLs please
      contact
      Vance Stevens
      Petroleum Institute, Abu Dhabi
      Coordinator, Webheads in Action
      vstevens@...

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