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By: Shawn Norris

Wed, 02 Dec 2009 01:59:32 +0000

Final thoughts on Learning 2.0 in Shanghai | The Thinking Stick http://tinyurl.com/y9y94y3



By: Kids Education Animated Softwares

Thu, 17 Jan 2008 10:50:40 +0000

Hello..nice piece of information…Thats really true…The outcome of a conference should be definitely the contacts , knowledge u gained or shared and new places u saw , the new theories u heard….and inturn how we can come out of our shell AND REALISE HOW SMALL THIS WORLD COULD BE IF WE WENT AROUND FOR MORE CONFERENCES Officially at http://www.learnwareindia.com



By: Priya Thomas

Thu, 17 Jan 2008 10:47:53 +0000

Hello..nice piece of information...Thats really true...The outcome of a conference should be definitely the contacts , knowledge u gained or shared and new places u saw , the new theories u heard....and inturn how we can come out of our shell AND REALISE HOW SMALL THIS WORLD COULD BE IF WE WENT AROUND FOR MORE CONFERENCES



By: Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach

Fri, 21 Sep 2007 21:09:33 +0000

Relationships are always the starting place for vision. Vision is the catalyst for meaningful change. Through relationships will come trust and eventually community. Thanks for the opportunities. I enjoyed being with you and yours.



By: Paul White

Wed, 19 Sep 2007 13:08:17 +0000

Hi Jeff - I didn't manage to catch you at Learning 2.0 conference; you always looked so busy. However this is the age of digital asynchronous communication, so here I am leaving you a response. I get 100 emails a day as a Tech Director, but what I hate most is the phone – at least if somebody could be bothered to walk to my office, they would see I was in a meeting, but the phone (generally Thai vendors)…... Anyway before I get carried away on a rant, I want to thank you for your work at the conference. You had us all Ninging and Twittering before; during and after the conference. I have to admit that I am a little cynical about a lot of Web 2.0 application in schools. We have a farm of Windows SharePoint Portals at NIST with over 3 Terabytes of online (or on network at school) education resources. It just would not be possible to access that scale of data on free online sites. www.nist.ac.th/Technology But as you said; Ning and Twitter are great for building communities, so I have decided to use it to support ISTEC - the International Schools Technology group in Thailand. NIST is hosting our next meeting on 8th October and I posted the details of the NING and Twitter on our ListServ earlier today http://intschtech.ning.com/ Unfortunately until the ListServ gets round to delivering the email to the schools in the group; I am in a social network of One – not very social.