Re: Weekly SpeedGeek October 24, 2010
- Hi, Carlinha--and everyone.
I completely agree about Clairinha's presentation. It was inspiring, informative, and engaging, and the participants were from at least eight different countries. I thoroughly enjoyed being part of it!
I'll definitely listen to the recording.
Best from Arizona--
Dennis in Phoenix
--- In firstname.lastname@example.org (message #26784), Carla wrote, re Claire's 10-24-10 Elluminate presentation:
Dear Vance, Claire and all,
It was a great session!
For the ones who weren't there, listen to the recording. It is inspiring!
Contributor of http://pocketcultures.com
- Vance, Claire, and other webheads:
I enjoyed this in the recorded version--sorry the real time doesn't work for me;
much too early on a Sunday morning. I've forwarded this to our own Write Site
(the AU online writing centre), because there are a lot of parallels in the
totally online universe. More power to you, Claire!
From: Vance <vancestev@...>
Sent: Sun, October 24, 2010 8:26:22 AM
Subject: [evonline2002_webheads] Re: Weekly SpeedGeek October 24, 2010
I just tweeted http://twitter.com/VanceS/status/28598999407
in which I mentioned I had just left Claire @cbSiskin and the #webheads gang
having recorded http://tinyurl.com/24oct2010claire
In the same tweet I noted that it was a Gr8 Elluminate pres on http:eslwow.org
Check it out,
Next Week Oct 31 Teresa and Dafne (and I) talking about TESOL's Principles and
Practices of Online Teaching program
(be sure and wear your Halloween costumes to that one ;-)
Nov 7 Elizabeth Hanson-Smith talking about the upcoming EVO
with others lined up such as Carla and Dennis Oliver
Jim Buckingham on Zotero citation tool
--- In email@example.com, "Vance" <vancestev@...> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> At last a volunteer. Many thanks to Claire Bradin Siskin who at 13:00 Sunday
>Oct 24 will entertain us in Elluminate for our regular weekly professional
>development session where we try and teach one another something of value each
>week at a regular time. Here are the details:
> Title: The ESL-WOW Project
> Description: Claire Bradin Siskin will describe the ESL Writing Online Workshop
>(ESL-WOW) Project, which she directs. ESL-WOW, currently under development, will
>be a website designed to guide non-native speakers of English through each stage
>of the pre-writing, while-writing, and post-writing processes. Once the
>materials have been created, ESL-WOW will be available to all individuals and
>educational institutions across the country. Siskin will outline the development
>process, and she will also seek feedback and suggestions from her fellow
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