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Here’s my last set of snippets from virtually attending NECC 09:
Thanks to everyone who blogged (and will still blog) about their learning at NECC for those of us at home!
After this, a serious July studying! Which will mean two new series of posts applying communication research and mentoring research to videoconferencing.
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This morning I found ISTE Vision and watched the debate while following the comments on Twitter. THAT was really fun! Lots of comments about change in instructional pedagogy whether online or in a physical location. I *think* it will be on ISTE Vision later so you can watch it if you missed it. Here are a few screenshots – the view from my office….
Robert Siegel, from NPR’s All Things Considered, moderated the panel.
A view of the full panel.
Gary Stager delivers pithy punches amid applause.
It was great to be part of something big all happening at once, with interesting concise commentary on Twitter.
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As I catch up on Twitter and blogs & Virtual NECC this morning, a few snippets stand out:
Looking forward to more snippets throughout the day!
What are YOU learning at or from NECC 09? Are you sharing in some form?
There are other ways that I’m planning to virtually follow what’s going on at NECC this year.
I set up two searches in TweetDeck for following NECC.
- One search for NECC related things: “NECC OR NECC09 OR NECC2009”
- Another for the SIGIVC hashtag: NECCIVC
Also you may want to follow these people that I know are into VC and are tweeting and going to NECC.
Virtual NECCers on Ning
- There’s a group inside the NECC Ning for those participating virtually. Check it out!
Who did I miss? Please comment if you know someone blogging or tweeting about VC at NECC.
This year I can’t attend NECC due to a family conflict, so I’ll be trying to catch a taste of the action online. I thought I’d start today with a list of IVC and videoconferencing related sessions that I could find on the schedule.
H323 Videoconferencing (I think)
- June 27, 8:30 EST Students Designing Interactive Videoconferencing Academic Content for Students
- June 28, 8:30 EST SIG IVC Interactive Videoconferencing: Going Green and Saving $$$$ with Every Day Applications
- June 28, 1:00 EST SIGIVC Forum: Connecting Your Students to the World
- June 28, 7:30 pm EST Collaborative Project Work in Ireland (I saw this last year – check it out!!)
- June 29, 8:00 EST Texas Twisted Weather: Creating Safe Schools and Communities (Roxanne & Shane!)
- June 29, 8:00 EST The Journey Continues . . . Integrating Technology Across the Curriculum
- June 29, 8:00 EST Stream Team: Students as Scientists
- June 29, 8:30 EST Virtually Crossing Cultures: Connecting Youth through Videoconferencing
- June 29, 9:30 EST It’s Your Turn: Using Videoconferencing for Foreign Language Skills
- June 29, 10:30 EST NASA’s Digital Learning Network: More Than an Interactive Videoconference
- June 29, 11:30 EST Hola, Amigos: A Language and Culture Exchange
- June 29, 12:30 EST Dinosaurs at a Distance: VC with the Royal Tyrrell Museum
- June 29, 12:30 EST Treasures of the National Archives Exploration: Learning with Primary Sources
- June 29, 1:30 EST Careers in the 21st Century: Videoconferencing Equalizes Opportunities for Students
- June 29, 2:00 EST Collaborative Web Technologies: Blogs, Wikis, Videoconferencing and More!
- June 29, 2:30 EST Lights, Camera, More Action! Creative Camera Use to Engage Students
- June 29, 3:30 EST Lines and Patterns! Our Worlds through Interactive Videoconferencing
- June 29, 3:30 EST Arts Infusion Through Interactive Videoconferencing (Center for Puppetry Arts)
- June 30, 12:30 EST 21st-Century Learning through Video Conferencing (Heather Weisse Walsh of K20 Inter@actions fame)
- June 30, 1:00 EST When Donkeys Fly: You Too Can Learn to Videoconference (I wonder if this is with the author we connected to in January?)
- July 1, 9:00 EST Oh The Places We’ll Go–Virtually: Interactive Videoconferencing
- July 1, 12:00 EST The Great Race: A Multidisciplinary Standards-Based Videoconferencing Project
- July 1, 12:00 EST JapanUSA Teen Talk: Online Real Problem-Based Learning
In these session descriptions, I can’t tell what VC technology they are using.
Did I miss any? If so, please comment and I’ll update the list!