K12 Online Conference 2007: Playing with Boundaries- (at your leisure)

Why should you participate in this online conference?

  • It's Free!
  • You can participate when it is convenient for you.
  • You can participate as much or as little as you like.
  • You will 'meet' some very interesting people.
  • It will challenge you to do "new things in new ways".
  • It will help you to improve your practice.

Why am I signed up? I have a bit of a history with this conference.

My journey into the world of Web2.0 - the interactive/participatory web, where we create and share content rather than just seek information - started with a webcast of Alan November that challenged me to start my first blogging project with students.

Next, my commitment to consistently keeping a personal blog got started a little later. An early inspiration was the K12 Online Conference 2006 keynote webcast by David Warlick. I wrote a post in response, which I did after the conference was over... welcome to the anytime, anywhere experience of an online conference. However, it is even more engaging to participate during the conference when you can interact and learn with other participants... Join the Learning Conversations!

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