EdTechTalk is one of the best online communities to get and stay connected with other educators interested in the effective ways to use both educational technologies as well as creative teaching strategies to engage students and improve opportunities for learning.

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!

To keep up to date on all the great EdTechTalk programming, a variety of subscription options for different shows hosted as webcasts are available. You can also subscribe to the EdTechTalk newsletter after you create an account on their website. Click “my account,” then “edit” and “my newsletters” to subscribe.

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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