Please introduce yourself, let us know a little bit about you, and where you are from.

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Hi, Nitin. Welcome! Saw your post on the commercial policy thread. You're fine. Glad to have you here.
Welcome, Nitin! Like the WI connection - it's where I live :-) I'm glad you included you twitter name - I'm going to start following you, I love learning from people in a variety of communities. I look forward to learning more from you!
Hello--I'm not sure where to start but look forward to learning more.
Well, this was a good place to start! Way to go!

You might just look through the forum discussions and see what captures your interest. Then brave making a reply in a discussion, or start your own.

:) Glad to have you here!
Go to the home page and scroll down the discussions, they are in order by most recent reply. You can also search by topic. Welcome aboard!
Hi, My name is Fran and I live in Newcastle, Australia. I am currently undertaking a discovery journey called "23 things" with the view of enhancing the learning experience for my adult learners. I have learnt about 11 new things already and am excited about the opportunites that they present.
Sounds great. Would love to see the list of the 23 things!

Fran -
I've seen the 23 things activity and think it's an excellent way to begin this journey, I hope you're able to find many more resources here! It's a great learning community.
Hello, I am an assistant professor at a small college where I work with preservice and inservice teachers. My research interests center mostly on entry level teachers and professional development for educators. I am interested in working with others to assist teachers in better understanding technology, how to use technology to reduce their workload and engage students, and to use technology fostered connections for personal and professional development.
Welcome! Hope you find lost of good material here!
Sounds like you have of knowledge and experience to share. I think you might just find what you're looking for here. I started here last summer and have definitely learned a lot of new ideas about improving my teaching and the experience of students.
Welcome! As a non-traditional first year teacher (came to the profession after being an accountant) I look forward to hearing your insights as a professor of education. This has been a wonderful place to learn and collaborate.



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