Smart Conference Sharing With Your Readers! How To Do It And Survive!

Decided to give myself another title to add to “Most Disorganised Traveler of the Year Award!” and “Crazy Mutlitasker” — “Smart Conference Sharing To Your Readers!” [image by sridgway] Before I came to the conference I debated how to share the information from mLearn 2007 conference with my readers, without overloading them! My concerns were…

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So, yer in Melbourne? Dinner? Want to Join Us?

Well I had wanted to catch up with James Farmer (Edublogs founder) when I came to Melbourne but did not want to bug him as he is SO BUSY. So was incredibly pleased when he found out that I was here and sent me an email asking me if I wanted to catch up. Knowing…

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Exploring Ports, Libraries and Chocolate! What a Day!

MMMmm not sure what I can say? DON’T trust Google weather predictions? Melbourne is known for being a lot colder than Perth and I was told to pack my warm gear even though it is spring. Melbourne weather on Google for the week did look like it was going to be colder and wet later…

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Keeping Up The Conversations On Blogs

Many thoughts have run through my head–which have not been nice. But honestly! 4.00 am in the morning is not the time for people in a nearby room, when staying in a hotel, to be having in depth conversations. Yes, they woke me up and the conversation lasted 2 hours…@*#! Good new! Read all my…

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Help Required For Most Disorganised Traveler of The Year!

Lets admit it…I am a bit concerned! Tomorrow I am leaving for Melbourne to attend the Mlearn 2007 conference and we all know that unfortunately I am a TAD absent minded when traveling. So shocking that I deserve the “Most Disorganised Traveler of the Year Award!” (Mlearn conference is all about the mobile technologies and…

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The Serious Side of Second Life!

What can I say? My readers have certain expectations! Poor Sarah and Kate have been waiting patiently for me to inform them how Second Life can be use for educational purposes for serious learning and I have been busy behaving like a “blank?” in Second Life. Those that have seen me in action in Second…

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Children Should Not Stay Up Late Without Adult Supervision!

I know that some of my readers are interested to see how I get on with Second Life so I thought I better give an update! Well like every new technology I jump into I am still in the process of trying “to get” it! Apologies to everyone that I have sat on, driven over…

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Are You Using Twitter Effectively For Your Personal Learning?

Back in August I wrote a post titled Is Twitter shifting blogging to a new phase? I have decided to take it back!!!! Not only is twitter totally shifting blogging into a new phase but it is also changing the nature of our conversations and is incredibly important for our personal learning. If you are…

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James Farmer on Identity, Ownership and Online Learning

Leigh Blackall (Learn Online) has been running fantastic 10 minute online lecture series in New Zealand for Learning communities Aotearoa and I was fortunate to be invited to join some of the sessions. Unfortunately I missed James Farmer‘s session but I liked the recording so much that Leigh and James were nice enough to grant…

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Getting The Ning Thing? Got It? Or Over It?

Yesterday’s post Ninging? Blogging? How Do We Best Support Needs Of Educators When Doing Professional Development? added more thoughts and voices to blogging vs ning. Thanks everyone for your comments — I suggest you check out their feedback. And once again I would like to thank both Graham and Clay for inspiring this conversation! And…

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