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It's not too late to present at ISTE 2015! The Online Learning Network is hosting an Ignite-style forum highlighting best practices in online learning. If you are interested in presenting an engaging 5 minute presentation with us, fill out the simple proposal form here. Looking forward to seeing some representation from this group!  Let me know if you have any questions.

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I'd like to invite you to join +ISTE OLNetwork  and +Kecia Ray, Ed.D.  (ISTE Board Chair) for a webinar on Dec. 9 at 4 P.M. EST on Blended and Online Learning Models.  Register here:  

Hi folks.  Pippa Davies from HCOS, teacher librarian and chair of learning commons.  Happy to glean from you all and share when I can.  Love social media and PLN's.

Hey EdTech minded educators!  I co-created an app called Baton that provides a more intelligent/strategic participation tool than traditional hand raising. It allows for real personalization of learning and class flow! Sounds crazy, I know ;)  Check it out here: 

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This really resonated with me. Lays out the benefits of a good PLN.

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The 26th of January is Australia Day, usually spent at the beach,having a BBQ, hanging out with mates.
The help warm our friends in the CA a selection of photos from today in the Dorset Academy community.
Enjoy and feel warm.

Thank you all for great dialogue last evening. I was able to use the chat to show my peers how to engage in a conversation via Twitter. I hope these will continue!

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Librarians are all about access. Here is a link to  librarian tips for ensuring access to open source content created for online instruction.

BTW NIH Librarians led the way to OER:
In May 2006, the US Federal Research Public Access Act (FRPAA)[37] was proposed toward improving the NIH Public Access Policy.[38] Besides points about making open access mandatory, to which the NIH complied in 2008, it argues to extend self-archiving to the full spectrum of major US-funded research.

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This little gem popped up on the national broadcasters web site.

All be it the paper is not yet peer reviewed, but, if the predictions are in the ball park, how does that impact on our use of social media in education?
What will take the place of social media?
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