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Fascinating Networks!

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Hi everyone

What a smorgasbord of e-learning networks have been described so far!

Thank you all for making such an effort, in this initial activity of getting to know one another and the networks you present.

You will have noticed that there is a diversity of networks and involvement of different organisations - and across all States/Territories (though the only SA link is with Ian Malcolm's Construction Teachers Network which includes Brian Gepp as the SA co-facilitator).

Jyothi and I are looking forward to meeting you all for the Induction Workshop on Friday. There will be lots to share and learn from one another. Also, hopefully you will all gain some ideas and insights on e-learning generally and how best to facilitate an online network from some of the key presentations.

Have you visited yet 'Coach Carole's' space for you (the E-Learning E-Mentoring Essentials or 'Three EEE's')?
Go to: http://www.groups.edna.edu.au/course/view.php?idf2
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Thank you for sending in your graphic symbols representing your network. Lynn Huguenin has been first off the block in returning her guesses in matching up network to symbol! So keep those coming in - though there will be opportunity for you guesses at the beginning of the workshop....

Now, a little bit about myself.... I have a background in teaching and learning of many years in communication and history. I developed an interest in using technologies in learning from my involvement in LearnScope teams and from experimenting with using e-learning options (like many of us!).
I've worked on Australian Flexible Learning Framework projects since 2000, including Flexible Learning Leaders, Flexways, LearnScope and E-learning Networks. Whilst I enjoy technologies, I've developed a new-found interest in gardening, especially in cultivating old roses....

See you soon!!:-) Cathy
3rd May 2006, 02:55  

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bloggeranne says:

Thats a great photo Cathy, I am enjoying "meeting" everyone this way! Anne Paterson

6th Jun 2006, 03:49