Tomorrow morning, October 13, 2008, at 12 pm GMT (that’s 7 am for me here in Oklahoma, USA) Dr. Stephen Heppell’s pre-conference keynote will be published “live” on the K-12 Online Conference website. As a co-convener as well as participant in the K-12 Online conference, I am VERY excited we’re about to kick things off!
On behalf of the conveners, I’ve shared a new post on the conference blog (“Presentation publishing procedure changes for 2008″) addressing some changes to our internal processes for transcoding and publishing presentation files this year, as well as the question which came up last year of cross-posting “mirrored copies” of conference presentation files to other servers. (The short answer is: Please don’t do it.) Please read the post for more complete details.
Tomorrow our 3rd year of K-12 Online begins. Let the networked learning continue!
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