Hello to everybody
- Hello to everybody. First of all Happy New Year !
I am Nelba Quintana from Argentina. I am very interested in using new
tech in my classes. That is why I have created a virtual community:
English Virtual Community or EVC. It has about 200 members and some
of them are important and famous! :) (Vance, Dafne and Sus) I want
to improve the community activities, so here I am trying to learn and
CU soon, Nelba
- Hello, Nelba!
Happy New Year to you, too!
Welcome to WIA 2003. But weren't you registered for EVOnline 2002? Your name
Good luck with your EVC. Way to go!
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Subject: [evonline2002_webheads] Hello to everybody
> Hello to everybody. First of all Happy New Year !
> I am Nelba Quintana from Argentina. I am very interested in using new
> tech in my classes. That is why I have created a virtual community:
> English Virtual Community or EVC. It has about 200 members and some
> of them are important and famous! :) (Vance, Dafne and Sus) I want
> to improve the community activities, so here I am trying to learn and
> share experiences.
> CU soon, Nelba
- Nelba, great presentation! Yes, I'm enjoying the membership of your Ingles
group - as a lurker :-) You forgot to mention your connection with Dafne in
being my co-observer on her English Acthitecture online class this summer
And, Tere, yes - I do think that Nelba might have been enrolled in the
Previous evonline 2002 session. And, so was Dave Singer who also introduced
himself recently. Dave, did we meet in the Australian comference, invited by
Both of you are mentioned in Vance's EVONLINE member list, here:
Nevertheless, I do think that it is a good thing, from time to time, to
re-introduce oneself, especially for newcomers to feel part of the ommunity,
and inspire someone else to break out of the silence :-)
- Hi Dave,
Well, speaking for myself, I've been to Virtual Australia, only.
But for the inspiring Networking 2002 all online conference, you're listed
and introduced yourself as a co-presenter in our dear aussie Michael
Coghlan's Webheads community disucssion, titled CROSS CULTURAL COMMUNICATION
0NLINE - perspectives from around the globe - I just knew I'd met you
Other active WIA fellows were Dafne, Rita and Chris Jones. I still remember
how fun that was to meet you there, in a new setting, and speak about how to
navigate aorund, checking the chatroom and the backpack, discover how to
find the best stuff , and which discussions were hot or not :-)
PS I just found a new evaluation report from that NW2002 conference,
and the site (with a few modifications) is still open for all to explore at