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IATEFL Learning Technologies SIG webinar - Sunday 18 Nov 10h GMT

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  • Nicky
    [Apologies for cross-postings] Don t miss the next IATEFL Learnng Technologies SIG webinar, this Sunday 18 November at 10h GMT! It s with a group of four
    Message 1 of 2 , Nov 15, 2012
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      [Apologies for cross-postings]

      Don't miss the next IATEFL Learnng Technologies SIG webinar, this Sunday 18 November at 10h GMT!

      It's with a group of four outstanding Australian educators, sharing how they set up a social network for teachers in their region: 'Setting up a regional PLN on Twitter: AusELT'. In the webinar these educators will discuss Twitter and other online tools they are using to enhance this network.

      This session will be particularly interesting to teachers who would like to set up their own local online networks at whatever level – at school level, city level, or even countrywide. The webinar will provide an excellent blueprint for how to seed and grow online networks for teachers.

      More information about the webinar, including a link to check the time in your own country, the speakers' bios, and a link to the webinar room (which will be live 30 mins before the event is due to start) are on the LT SIG website here:

      http://ltsig.org.uk/events/13-future-events/261-181112-webinar-setting-up-a-regional-pln-on-twitter-auselt.html

      This webinar is open to everybody, although the recording will be available to LT SIG members only.

      Look forward to seeing some of you Webheads there on Sunday!

      Nicky

      Nicky Hockly
      IATEFL LT SIG Online Events Coordinator
    • katia hameg
      Hi Nicky, Thanks for sharing with us. This is a good event to attend. Katia Katia HAMEG MA TESOL EFL/ESL Teacher Montréal, (Qc) 438-380-7873
      Message 2 of 2 , Nov 15, 2012
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        Hi Nicky,

        Thanks for sharing with us. This is a good event to attend.

        Katia


        Katia HAMEG
        MA TESOL
        EFL/ESL Teacher
        Montréal, (Qc)
        438-380-7873 <tel:438-380-7873>


        On 11/15/2012 4:01 AM, Nicky wrote:
        >
        > [Apologies for cross-postings]
        >
        > Don't miss the next IATEFL Learnng Technologies SIG webinar, this
        > Sunday 18 November at 10h GMT!
        >
        > It's with a group of four outstanding Australian educators, sharing
        > how they set up a social network for teachers in their region:
        > 'Setting up a regional PLN on Twitter: AusELT'. In the webinar these
        > educators will discuss Twitter and other online tools they are using
        > to enhance this network.
        >
        > This session will be particularly interesting to teachers who would
        > like to set up their own local online networks at whatever level -- at
        > school level, city level, or even countrywide. The webinar will
        > provide an excellent blueprint for how to seed and grow online
        > networks for teachers.
        >
        > More information about the webinar, including a link to check the time
        > in your own country, the speakers' bios, and a link to the webinar
        > room (which will be live 30 mins before the event is due to start) are
        > on the LT SIG website here:
        >
        > http://ltsig.org.uk/events/13-future-events/261-181112-webinar-setting-up-a-regional-pln-on-twitter-auselt.html
        >
        > This webinar is open to everybody, although the recording will be
        > available to LT SIG members only.
        >
        > Look forward to seeing some of you Webheads there on Sunday!
        >
        > Nicky
        >
        > Nicky Hockly
        > IATEFL LT SIG Online Events Coordinator
        >
        >

        --
        Katia HAMEG
        MA TESOL
        EFL/ESL Teacher
        Longueuil (Quebec),
        450-646-9282



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