Yikes, show # 49, while I am constantly amazed that we are still live after all this time, next week's show will bring us to #50. For those of you who have been with us CONGRATULATIONS for making our show something memorable. If you are just joining us then welcome. I go back to a summer time quote Jose Rodriquez made about open source learning and how he got it! YOU all contribute to our show by listening, lurking and playing in the chat.
Week 44, WoW 2.0, Cheryl, Jen, Vicki and Sharon are joined by Dianne Hammond, from yesican-science.ca for an evening of online collaboration that is out of this world! Why? Because it is a project where you and your class can blog with an astronaut from the Internation Space Station.
SKYPE gave us a little echo at the beginning of the show, for FREE!
What a rockin show we had on September 18, 2007. The Women of Web invited Darren Drapper, Steve Hargadon, Dean Meyer and had a blast talking about professional development, done differently.
With over 40 people in the chat, you will need a roadmap to get through this maze of great ideas. A special shout out to Jeff Lebow for dropping the link to the first webcast for Women of Web, can't wait to listen to that. http://edtechtalk.com/Women_of_Web_2.0.1
Do you have your EdTechTalk stuff yet? Did you know there are T-shirts, hats, coffee mugs, buttons, magnets, and tote bags available? They're all based on Wordle interpretations of the EdTechTalk Delicious tags.
What are you waiting for? These are limited edition items. Shop now and avoid the rush!