Classroom 2.0 LIVE | Saturday, Nov. 15
edWeb.net – a PD Buffet!
Lisa Schmucki, edWeb.net CEO will be the special guest along with some enthusiastic edWeb.net educators. They’ll provide a guided tour through all of the amazing learning communities on edWeb.net, examples of regular webinars, how you can join for free to access to everything on the site and hear some late-breaking news about the upcoming debut of edWeb.TV.
Have you snacked on a webinar lately? edWeb.net hosts free webinars for educators that are a veritable PD buffet! edWeb.net is a professional social and learning network that makes it easy and fun for educators to collaborate around the country and the world. edWeb.net hosts free webinars that very collaborative – and fun – and are a great way to nibble on some online PD to see how addictive it can be.
Join this webinar to hear how teachers, librarians, and administrators are using edWeb.net and getting connected online for a more personalized, self-directed, satisfying professional learning experience.
Link to join the session:
Full link: https://sas.elluminate.com/m.jnlp?sid n=2008350&password=M.438D554F4A450D77B901E14104C303
NOTE: When you click on the link to log in, enter your OWN full name in the box so we will know who you are (not the topic of the webinar).
9:00am Pacific/10:00am Mountain
11:00am Central/12:00pm Eastern
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Twitter hashtag: #liveclass20
Classroom 2.0 LIVE is an opportunity to gather with other members of the community in real-time events, complete with audio, chat, desktop sharing, and sometimes even video. You are invited to join us for our weekly Saturday show with co-hosts Peggy George, Lorie Moffat, and Tammy Moore!
The show lasts an hour, and links for more information and accessing the Blackboard Collaborate room can be found below and on the Using Collaborate page. We strive to make our shows very beginner-friendly, and if you’ve never participated in a live web meeting, don’t be afraid to come and take a peek at the show’s format. We would love for newbies to join us and ‘dip their toes’ in the conversations until you feel comfortable enough to ‘jump in the conversations with both feet’! We want to encourage “experienced Web 2.0 users” to join us to contribute and extend the conversation by providing real-life examples and tips/suggestions.