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Re: Sedat Akayoglu speedgeek Sunday Oct 10, 2010 13:00 GMT

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  • Vance
    For those concerned about tonight s sound quality, it looks like we ll have a second chance in second life to get into Sedat s research. Gary Motteram just
    Message 1 of 3 , Oct 10, 2010
      For those concerned about tonight's sound quality, it looks like we'll have a second chance in second life to get into Sedat's research. Gary Motteram just tweeted

      garymotteram @VanceS If people want to heat Sedat again, then he is at the SLanguages 2010. See http://tinyurl.com/39rpgtk #slang10


      He corrected his typo in a later tweet, and SLanguage 2010 is next weekend.


      --- In evonline2002_webheads@yahoogroups.com, "Vance" <vancestev@...> wrote:
      > Hi everyone,
      > Sedat's presentation was recorded and is available at
      > http://tinyurl.com/sedat2010oct10
      > Thanks to Sedat for giving it and to those who came along to listen to Sedat explain his interesting research on Social Presence in Second Life. We're all looking forward to the write up.
      > Claire pointed out that we're stretching the speed geek concept from it's original 5 minutes to "as much time as you like". One reason is that we'd need half a dozen presenters a night if we held to that time frame, and we're just managing to get going here on one presentation a night.
      > Next Week Oct 17 we have no presenter scheduled but if no one takes it, I've got a card up my sleeve, a presentation on aggregating Google calendars. Would anyone like to have that date?
      > Jim Buckingham has also offered to do a presentation on Zotero for citations, and that will perhaps be Oct 17 or 24th
      > On Oct 31 Dafne and Teresa have agreed to join me in a chat about our online teaching philosophies and approaches and how we apply them to our TESOL PPOT courses.
      > Claire Siskin offered to do a presentation in November.
      > And apart from that, if you'd like to do one, please volunteer,
      > Vance
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