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Tomorrow evening at 6 pm (for me in in North America Central time – GMT start is 2007-10-08 23:00) I’ll be joining others in the “It’s Elementary” webcast channel for a preview of the upcoming K-12 Online Conference, which also kicks off tomorrow with a pre-conference keynote from David Warlick!

Later in the month, also related to K-12 Online, EdTechTalk will host “Building Online Communities for Youth” (2007-10-24 21:00 Eastern US time) with Lee Baber, Paul Allison, Susan Ettenheim, and Chris Sloan. Check it out if you can!

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Don’t forget to check the K-12 Online Conference blog tomorrow morning for links to audio and video versions of David Warlick’s preconference keynote! Separate podcast channels / web feeds will be available for subscription to conference presentations also!

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One Response to K12Online discussions on EdTechTalk

  1. This was a great post. Thanks a lot for the links to these other great websites. Keep up the great work.

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