Language Lab Unleashed #22 and Elluminate via Australia: TONIGHT!

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Oh we are going to be so clever tonight.

As listed below, Barbara Ganley and this Barbara here are going to be talking about our recent paper that was published by the Knowledge Tree e-journal tonight, beginning at 8:30 p.m. EST via Elluminate. Don’t know what time that is where you are? Click here to see.

If you want to join in on this conversation, here is how: First you need to register to attend (click here)

Once you have done that, and after 6:30 US EST today, you can login here. This is our presentation room. The room will be open at 6:30 and we will get started at 8:30 p.m. EST.

Note: You will need to allow some time to do some sound tests etc to get your machine properly configured for the Elluminate session (ps it is java based).

The dandy sound engineers at LLU will be might be broadcasting the audio from the Elluminate session via LLU. So, if you can’t get in but still want to listen, trying clicking here and listen in. We will be archiving it…and it will be available later.

If at any time you get lost in the shuffle, and need help accessing the audiostream, please call: 1-440-366-4325 and our nimble techno-dudes and dudettes will help you out

When the Elluminate session is over, and after a short beverage break, please join us for a follow up conversation on Skype. We will be joined by graduate students from the University of Connecticut’s Department of Modern & Classical Languages. The blog for their course is here. We will be talking about integrating social software into the teaching of languages and cultures and all that good stuff from 9:45-10:30 EST. (click here to check the time in your area)

Skype us at langlab to join in! Click here (and above, where it says How To Connect) to join in!

Please join us!

Barbara has been working for a small liberal arts college in the cornfields of Ohio for about 15 years. In addition to teaching Spanish she runs a somewhat unconventional language center. Prior to this adventure in higher ed she taught high school Spanish and loved it. She wishes she had more time in her life to play with her dogs, write, read, swim, do yoga things and watch the Red Sox. Preferably not all at once, although that could be interesting. To see her online portfolio please click here!

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  1. Barbara Lindsey · November 11, 2007 Reply

    I want to thank Barbara Sawhill, Barbara Ganley, Sean (and Ben-great tech support!) for giving those of us at UCONN the opportunity to participate in the live E-Learning Networks discussion on Barbara Ganley’s and Barbara Sawhill’s recently published lead article in the Knowledge Tree e-journal, “Making Ground: How have transformed teaching pedagogies taken advantage of participatory media to increase learner engagement?.” hosted from Australia. The interactive discussion really engaged us and gave us lots of new ideas for using blogs in our teaching and learning. The follow-up Skype conversation with both Barbara’s and Sean allowed us to explore further some questions raised in the Elluminate session. Using Elluminate and Skype to connect with others outside our classroom really brought home the promise of these tools, when used appropriately. Thanks for a great session we’re still talking about.

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