I finally completed my introduction using About.me.  Thanks ETMOOC for pointing me in that direction. http://about.me/sue.dunlop

Hi, everyone. Hope you are well. I was just wondering, is it really never too late to do the Introductory video/blog/etc.? I have been following the #etmooc  discussion to the extent that it can be followed - meaning there's likely to be more content than one person can read through in a single day - and yet haven't gotten around to publishing some Introductory materials, i.e. a Who am I? video and so forth In any case, I just wanted to make sure that I can still do it when I get around to doing it.. Otherwise, I just wanted to say hi. I have lots to say about Connected Learning that might come off as counter-intuitive. I can't wait to share my thoughts with the world.. Take care and keep in touch.

I feel humbled being a part of the #etmooc community. Looking forward to learning, sharing and interacting with you all!

Hello everyone,
Hello from Canada!  I am just trying to get my head wrapped around all this. It's a busy time and I hope I can contribute and learn as much as I'd like to #etmooc! Looking forward to sharing and learning with everyone.

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Hi everyone. I share my first work for etmooc. It's in spanish because if I try to do it in english, probably I never end it.

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I loved that the co-created whiteboards during the Orientation session, but saw that the added text wasn't on the slides provided here.  Has there been something created that includes the added text?

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Hi ...It was recommended that one might try a unique way of introducing oneself to the #ETMOOC community. I decided to write a poem which traces my educational journey and then I read it aloud and saved the audio component on SoundCloud. I hope you enjoy "Brian Metcalfe: A Life-Long-Learner".

Take care & keep smiling :-) Brian
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