PLN Show and Tell: What does your PLN look like? How do you manage it, and why?

Learning2gether Episode 174

Download mp3: https://learning2getherdotnet.files.wordpress.com/2013/09/learning2gether-with-till-about-our-plns.mp3

PLN Show and Tell was intended to be co-hosted with Benjamin Stewart (TILL, Teachers for Interactive Language Learning) Sunday September 8 2013 at 1400 GMT but Benjamin got sick and had to bow out; however the Learning2gether community gathered largely thanks to notices being disseminated by Google+ communities, an illustration of PLN in action

In Hangout: What does your PLN currently look like?  How do you manage it, and why?

https://plus.google.com/events/cn8mi8o1ob3dm8nndvfiolu318o?utm_source=chrome_ntp_icon&utm_medium=chrome_app&utm_campaign=chrome&partnerid=gplp0

Scott Leslie has been collecting diagrams of what his PLN thinks their PLNs look like since 2008

http://www.edtechpost.ca/ple_diagrams/index.php/

Where

Google Hangout, more information forthcoming; see http://webheadsinaction.org for updates, and direct link

Announcements

There was a follow-on event after the hangout:

First OpenSim Community Conference resumes Sun Sept 8 at 1400 GMT

Last event is at 23:00 Sunday, Sept 8

http://conference.opensimulator.org/2013/

The conference is full but you would need to register at the site (free) in order to get an account and avatar with OpenSim

  • so you can attend the conference in the OSCC viewer, which you must also download.
  • Registration and viewer are available at the link above

The conference is also being streamed.  Thanks Heike Philp for providing links to the UStream pages capturing the program as follows:

More details and RSVP on Avalon: http://avalon-project.ning.com/events/opensimulator-community-conference

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