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Thursday, December 06, 2007

CNIE - Pro-D Event - Socializing Teaching and Learning

Not quite K-12, but in keeping with the theme of the nature of today's students.
Below is the description of our next Wise & Witty Weekday session for this academic year.

Title: Socializing Teaching and Learning
George Siemens
12 December 2007 at 1:00 P.M. (Eastern)
Mode: Elluminate Live!


During the last five years, the web has shifted from an information presentation medium to a medium of social exchange. Many of today’s frequently referenced applications and tools – blogs, wikis, podcasts, Twitter, Facebook, MySpace – are social in nature. How do these tools impact teaching? This session will explore a broad range of social technologies and consider their use in teaching and learning.


To register for this session, please contact Tim Howard of CNIE in Ottawa at cnie-rcie@cnie-rcie.ca, phone 613.241.0018 or fax 613.241.0019. You are welcome to collect your colleagues at your site.

You will receive instructions before the event.

Registrations rates are $25 per workshop per individual OR $100 per workshop per site. Please add the appropriate GST or HST.

We are fortunate in having a small committee to arrange for this and further sessions. The committee members are Krista Francis-Poscente, Bill Fricker, and Bev Pasian. We will announce details for other sessions planned for the year; watch the listserve or our Web site for developments. If you have ideas for future sessions, please let us know.
Due to the fee, I won't be attending. But if you do, let me know how it is.

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