Language Lab Unleashed @ CALICO (the presentation)

–Note to all: I am back home now (after horrendous driving in the Dallas area…stories and pictures to follow) and will go through the liveblogging notes, clean things up, add more pics, and also add the LLU presentation. but first: I have to finish my final grades !!!–

Adapting the format used by EDUCAUSE and their “7 things you should about…” series, this presentation will hope to answer the following earth-shattering questions about LLU and the people behind it:

What is LLU? Where is Erin? What does it do? Why was it created? For whom was it created? How does it work? Where is it going? Whose dog is that anyway?….and of course the most important thing that is –really– on everyone’s mind during a Saturday a.m. session: Why should I care?

Barbara is a Lecturer in Hispanic Studies at a small liberal arts college in Maine. Rumor has it this was also her alma mater. She used to work for a small liberal arts college in the cornfields of Ohio for almost 20 years as a teacher and language center director. Prior to these adventures 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 making stuff out of clay. To see her online portfolio please click here!

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  1. Pete · May 30, 2007 Reply

    Didn’t we warn you about driving in Dallas?

  2. Barbara · May 31, 2007 Reply

    No not IN Dallas…getting out of Dallas and back to Austin. Around Waxahatchie the skies opened up and there was nothing to do but float. Oh my. It appears that Texans, in the face of adverse weather conditions, put on their flashers….and then SPEED UP. Again, I repeat, oh my.

    Pictures to follow.

  3. Pete · June 2, 2007 Reply

    As a near-native Texan, that sounds like pretty standard driving to me–can’t wait to see the pics!

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