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

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I am a student at Western Governors University. I am working on a Masters in Education and will start my student teaching in September 2008.

Years ago I created training modules and internal websites for a major corporation. I also created my own online learning websites using opensource programs including aTutor and Moodle.

I am very interested in learning more about Web 2.0 and collaborative technologies in learning.
Hi all. My name is Edith and I teach freshman composition at Northern Virginia Community College in Manassas, Virginia. I am also working on a D.A. at George Mason University. My disertaton will deal with technology, community colleges, and English
Hello Edith, I'm a student at GMU also. Good luck with your disertation.
Hi Kathy. What are you studying at Mason and how do you utilize Classroom 2.o?
Hello. I'm Kathy Howey from Virginia. I'm not a teacher, but I plan to be in the near future. I have been a nurse for 27 years and have just obtained a Masters degree. Now I'm working on a certificate in nursing education. I'm taking a course in distance education at present and hope to gain some insight by interacting with this site.
It seems that this Web site is still in in infancy. Some of the forum topics have no entries at all, while others are more popular. The "Introduction" discussion seems the largest at this point.

My name is Bryan Sebesta, and am a student at a certain Granite Bay High School (in Granite Bay, California, USA). I have been heading up our school's online presence for almost two years now, and am very interested in technologies we can get our school's faculty and staff to use, as well as us students. All in all, a pleasure to be here. Some very intelligent people are on this site, and I'm looking forward with learning what I can from you all.
I'm Cherie Stafford, living in Phoenix, Arizona (but aspiring to live in the Pacific Northwest).
I was an elementary teacher for 23 years; now I am a teacher of elementary teachers - teaching (and learning with them) how to integrate technology literacy into their curriculums. They are my heroes!
I'm looking forward to this>>>>>>
Hello everyone,

Jim Farmer in Waycross, GA. I'm a technology coordinator and computer lab teacher of K-5 students. Originally born in Haiti, came to Waycross via Fort Lauderdale, FL. Very interested in connecting kids here to others around the world as well as the richness that Education 2.0 has the potential to offer.

Looking forward to the "conversation",

"What lies behind us and what lies before us are small matters compared to
what lies within us."
--Ralph Waldo Emerson
Hi, I am Pam Gow. I teach 700 2nd and 3rd graders in computer lab. This is my 1st year in this position but this is my 28th year of teaching. I also do minor tech support in our building. I am here to listen and learn.
Hey there, I'm Morris from New York. I've been following some of the work of Alan November, and my eyes have been since opened to a lot of the potential online for learning. So here I am!
I am virtually known as OPENGIGA. I always love to play with information n technology. I am from Dhaka, Bangladesh.




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