Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Web 2.0 Collaboration Tools @ Maine Adult Ed Pre-Conference

This morning at the Adult Ed Pre-Conference we'll be investigating many of the web 2.0 possibilities available to encourage communication and collaboration.

Olga's Wiki
Jim's Link Page

Maine Adult Education 2007 Conference

26 comments:

Anonymous said...

good morning

Anonymous said...

Blog Away :)

Anonymous said...

How do you do this with basic skills learners?

Anonymous said...

blogging is fun

Anonymous said...

This is my first Blog

Anonymous said...

What is a blog anyway???

Anonymous said...

I like the fact that family values were brought up. I personally don't believe in censoring books - why would I censor where my child goes on the web? I would rather have a conversation about why it's right or wrong with him.

Anonymous said...

Hope all is well on this fantastic fall day.

Anonymous said...

I am interested in WHAT critical skills we need.

Anonymous said...

This is going to be a very interesting morning on the Internet.

Anonymous said...

Hi

Anonymous said...

Comment. (What one says when one can't think of anything to say.)

Anonymous said...

Hurrah! Comment made.

Anonymous said...

The nature of the state is stateless

Anonymous said...

Go Sox!

Anonymous said...

Ray was here!

Anonymous said...

Brenda Gagne's portaportal can be accessed. The guest name is retrain.

Anonymous said...

Good place to start. Thanks.

Anonymous said...

Thanks very much...interesting stuff

Anonymous said...

Thanks so much - fast but WOW!!! You have given me confidence to go ahead and try some new things.

Anonymous said...

This was a very helpful opportunity and I will use the information. Thanks!

Anonymous said...

Excellent workshop!!!! Very informative ---- and a lot of fun as well. There are just so many possibilities for using the Internet.

Thank you so much!!!

Anonymous said...

I felt all of this information was important...it was just too much for a half day session. More of less would have been more effective for me to use back at the program.

Thank you for your time.

Anonymous said...

Very informative! The potential uses are almost limitless. Now if we can just get a MLTI-like project started in Maine adult education.

Anonymous said...

So much info, so little time!

jrnolette said...

Thank you. I've always been scared of the lap top, let alone researching stuff...now, I feel more comrfortable and have an idea of how to create my own web site.blog