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No surprises here: the May 27, 2015 #etmooc  tweet chat that Susan Spellman Cann and I facilitated was wonderfully lively and engaging thanks to the ongoing participation of members of the #etmooc  community--and a few unexpected drop-in guests (who, if all goes well, will become part of this ongoing community of learning). A slightly edited version of the conversation (with repetitive retweets deleted and a few comments grouped together to make for a more cohesive reading experience) has been captured via Storify at https://storify.com/paulsignorelli/etmooc. Already looking forward to an #etmooc  session in June 2015 if all goes as planned.

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Join us for an open, online course on Teaching with WordPress, starting June 1! http://blogs.ubc.ca/teachwordpress

All are welcome!

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Would love to know what you think about this.

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Please pass along to anyone you think might want to do a MOOC for the first time. Even if you have done several MOOC's this may be the one for you.

Hi! I'm sharing an article I recently wrote on #EdTech for emergency responders and managers. Let me know what you think!  :-)  http://www.ghinternational.com/blog/edtech-for-emergency-responders-and-managers

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#etmooc  has nudged me to become more involved with social media and connecting deeply with educators through blogging. Thanks to this community and the people I continue to interact with on Twitter, I've joined forces with two other incredible educators to develop #mbedchat  connecting educators in our province. Thank you all! 

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Joining #etmooc  colleagues in a live tweet chat yesterday reminded me, once again, what a great community of learning we've managed to develop and sustain here. One of the interesting side issues that came up, thanks to a comment posted by +Christina Hendricks, was how to explain the MOOC experience to someone who hasn't yet had any experience along those lines. I suggested that Christina's blog summary at http://blogs.ubc.ca/chendricks/2013/08/20/a-record-of-my-etmooc-experience-2013/ was one of the best introductions I had seen; would encourage anyone who hasn't yet seen it to a) read it, b) post links to it, and c) use it as MOOC ambassador's tool to spread the word on the pleasures and rewards of adding MOOCs to our learning landscape. Also loved the following from +Tina Photakis(@Tina_P):"What's a MOOC like? --- Tell them it's like being in a pub with 2000 of your closest friends."

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#etmooc strikes (with inspiration) again: Attending the #etmchat  session earlier this week (with discussions on themes including what a great community came out of the #etmooc  experience) and then engaging in similar discussions about community with #lrnchat  colleagues one day later (yesterday) led to yet another set of reflections on #etmooc , community, and learning: http://tinyurl.com/mp7xpjm. Thanks to +Susan Spellman Cann,  +Christina Hendricks, +Helen Blunden, and everyone else involved in creating community through collaboration.

Calling all ETMOOCERS. We want to know what you are up to. Please share with us on a twitter chat . If you were involved in Etmooc in anyway we would like you to share what you are doing,planning and sharing. When: Wednesday the 25th use the hashtag #etmchat  and join us at 7 p.m. on twitter.

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Hey all,
If you have time I have five questions for you about participating in webinars. Your input would be greatly appreciated

http://fluidsurveys.usask.ca/surveys/jr/participating-in-a-virtual-classroom-session/
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