Michael Coghlan presenting at BaW (Becoming a Webhead) session at EVO, Electronic Village Online

Learning2gether Episode 26

Sunday, January 23, 2011

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Michael Coghlan gives a presentation to the BaW (Becoming a Webhead) session at EVO, Electronic Village Online.  Michael Coghlan has designed and delivered online courses in ESL, eModeration, and Using Online Technologies, and is an online instructor for the Graduate Certificate in eLearning delivered by Adelaide Institute of TAFE. He has written widely on issues to do with elearning, and presented at several international conferences, both physically and as a remote presenter. As a Flexible Learning Leader for the Australian Flexible Learning Framework in 2003 Michael researched the use of online voice technologies. Not surprisingly, he is a passionate believer in the power of online voice communications to inspire and motivate students.

Regarding connecting with this presentation, Dafne, moderator of BaW with EVO suggests: “Michael´s presentation for BaW on Jan 23rd at noon GMT will be at Yahoo Messenger, as it has been in previous years. We like to show participants that Yahoo Messenger can also be used for presentations which is something most of them don´t know.”

More information and link to recording at http://baw2011.pbworks.com/w/page/29969958/LiveSessions
Learning2Gether will attend his presentation.

Also it is suggested you visit http://tappedin.org at the time of the presentation in order to find people there who might help you connect.

Announcements:

http://tech.groups.yahoo.com/group/multilit/message/1384
http://taedtech.ning.com/events/michael-coghlan-addresses-evo

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