20770Re: [evonline2002_webheads] Appreciation where it is due
- Dec 1, 2008Dear Robert,
I saw your testimonial on the wiki before I read this here on the group.
What wonderful news! You deserve it. I'll never forget that dinner we had in
New York where you came in, sat, and Claire asked you, "who are you?", and
then you revealed yourself! I'm so glad you've surfaced and have been
sharing and giving so much to this group.
Well, as we're celebrating, let's toast to the Webheads! Erika and I are
also celebrating with our promotion. And we have to thank the Webheads, as
well, for what we've learned for the past three years with all the wonderful
and bright souls around. What we have learned here wouldn't have been
possible in a lifetime with our previous lack of connectivity!!! What we
learn here, we try to share with the ones around us. Sometimes our
enthusiasm encourage our colleagues, other times they feel it's too much for
them, but we never give up à la Webhead spirit!
Cheers and congrats, Robert!
On Sun, Nov 30, 2008 at 11:19 PM, robertisquires <robert.squires@...
> wrote:[Non-text portions of this message have been removed]
> Dear Webheads,
> I have just accepted a new position as an instructional
> designer for online programs at the University of Montana. I will
> start at the end of this month. I would just like to thank all of you
> for providing such wonderful learning opportunities over the least few
> years. I know that without belonging to this powerful community I
> would not have been in a position to accept the job. I hope that this
> move will also allow me to share more with this group.
> Nina Liakos created a wiki to keep track of Webhead collaboration and
> share the impact of the Webheads on professional development. I added
> my little piece there. Here is the link:
> It is a dream that such a learning community exists. Well done to all
> those who make it a reality.
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