About Learning2gether


Learning2gether events have been taking place regularly since 2009 and are part of a participant-driven professional development series planned as a part of the ongoing (since 1998) Webheads in Action community of practice and professional development movement.

Join us on Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/groups/learning2gether/

Visit http://learning2gether.pbworks.com/ to find:

Presentations using the above slideshare have been recorded

What Learning2gether is all about from EFLTalks 10x10x10

Episode 295Sun, Oct 4, 2015 – Learning2gether participates in EFLTalks 10 in 10 for 10 hosted by Rob Howard

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We appreciate when people volunteer to give presentations or host discussions.  If you would like to contribute you can write Vance Stevens at vancestev @ gmail.com and request to JOIN http://learning2gether.pbworks.com/ as writer and write in your presentation details directly on the wiki. But write first to explain your intentions.

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We use http://www.timeanddate.com/ to pinpoint local times where you are.
Note that times given for Learning2gether events are UTC/GMT unless otherwise noted.

Thanks to Dennis Newson for this honorable mention



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14 thoughts on “About Learning2gether

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  7. Hi,

    Just following up as I didn’t hear back from you, sorry to email you again. I noticed your page learning2gether.net/about/ links to http://www.timeanddate.com. Unfortunately, that site isn’t very accessible for the sight impaired. Would you consider adding a link to a more accessible version like http://www.thetimenow.com which is WCAG 2.0 compatible?

    Also, if you ever want to see how accessible a page is, I recommend wave.webaim.org. It is really helpful.

    Shane Buck

    • Hi Shane, thanks for the commentary, it says on our about page that “We use http://www.timeanddate.com/ to pinpoint local times where you are.” This is a statement of fact, not really a link meant to be followed from that page. I had a look at thetimenow.com and it seems to me pretty busy, meaning it has small text cluttering the page, and it’s not obvious why it would help the sight impaired (in my browser view). But mainly it lacks two tools that we use extensively in Learning2gether: the Event Planner and the Countdown Timer. The event planner lets us set times for events which can be be shared as a single URL allowing us to click it to see that time almost anywhere in the world. The countdown timer shows a large easy-to-see graphic that counts down to the event, like this one, https://www.timeanddate.com/countdown/generic?p0=1440&iso=20171021T1220&msg=Countdown example. Normally we utilize both, and I hope you’ll agree that this is suitable for the visually impaired. Let me know if there is anything comparable at the sites you are familiar with, and thanks for your input.

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  10. Hey there! This is my first visit to your blog!
    We are a group of volunteers and starting a new initiative in a community in the same
    niche. Your blog provided us beneficial information to work on.
    You have done a wonderful job!

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