21st Century Learning #60: Demetri Orlando and Fred Bartels on the ISENet Ning

21st Century Learning #60
The Independent School Educators Network (ISENET) Ning
A discussion with Demetri Orlando and Fred Bartels
December 19, 2007

We discussed the Independent School Educator Ning network with Fred Bartels and Demetri Orlando. What is a social network? How do we expand it? How do we bring the other 98% of teachers into the world of their students. A fun conversation.


ISENet Ning



2007-12-19 11:26:40 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: brb
2007-12-19 11:52:02 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: Hey Bill πŸ™‚
2007-12-19 11:52:11 [Message] Bill Ivey -> EdTechTalk: Hi!
2007-12-19 11:52:43 [Message] Bill Ivey -> EdTechTalk: I was just answering your question about higher ed and 21st c. learning
2007-12-19 11:52:50 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: glad you’re here… I’m still getting used to central time.
2007-12-19 11:52:57 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: thanks… i’ll read it
2007-12-19 11:53:01 [Message] Bill Ivey -> EdTechTalk: Where are you?
2007-12-19 11:53:23 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: tennessee
2007-12-19 11:53:29 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: (near nashville)
2007-12-19 11:53:29 [Message] Bill Ivey -> EdTechTalk: pretty!
2007-12-19 11:53:41 [Message] Bill Ivey -> EdTechTalk: I was in Nashville for NMSA last year – enjoyed it greatly.
2007-12-19 11:54:21 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: seems like a nice town. i’m 1/2 hour south so don’t get there often enough. where are you?
2007-12-19 11:54:36 [Message] Bill Ivey -> EdTechTalk: Greenfield, MA
2007-12-19 11:54:50 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: oh wow, i didn’t know that. i love greenfield
2007-12-19 11:55:11 [Message] Bill Ivey -> EdTechTalk: how do you know Greenfield, Demetri?! (Hi Pavlin)
2007-12-19 11:55:22 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: I grew up in Princeton Mass πŸ™‚
2007-12-19 11:55:38 [Message] Bill Ivey -> EdTechTalk: That’ll do it πŸ™‚
2007-12-19 11:56:03 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: Hi pavliv
2007-12-19 11:56:10 [Message] pavlin -> EdTechTalk: Hi.
2007-12-19 11:56:19 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: where are you?
2007-12-19 11:56:29 [Message] pavlin -> EdTechTalk: Alexandria, VA
2007-12-19 11:56:45 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: very nice
2007-12-19 11:57:04 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: Hey, did i get the time wrong for this… is it noon now in Eastern time?
2007-12-19 11:57:17 [Message] pavlin -> EdTechTalk: Yes, in three minutes.
2007-12-19 11:57:42 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: good πŸ˜‰
2007-12-19 11:57:59 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: Hi Alex
2007-12-19 11:58:04 [Message] Bill Ivey -> EdTechTalk: Hi, Alex!
2007-12-19 11:58:15 [Message] pavlin -> EdTechTalk: Hi, Alex!
2007-12-19 11:58:31 [Message] Bill Ivey -> EdTechTalk: I like your festive red icon πŸ˜‰
2007-12-19 11:58:50 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: hi Al
2007-12-19 11:58:54 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: hello all
2007-12-19 11:59:00 [Message] adoyle -> EdTechTalk: Hey, arvind
2007-12-19 12:00:06 [Message] alex.ragone -> EdTechTalk: Hello All.
2007-12-19 12:00:10 [Message] alex.ragone -> EdTechTalk: We’ll be going in one minute
2007-12-19 12:00:33 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: hey Kerri
2007-12-19 12:00:41 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: hey arvind
2007-12-19 12:01:51 [Message] adoyle -> EdTechTalk: I like using ISENet but find that I have been too busy to really contribute anything at this point…
2007-12-19 12:02:05 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: al-ditto
2007-12-19 12:02:29 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: i feel like that’s the key… deciding what you have time to particpate in and what would be useful
2007-12-19 12:02:56 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: I like Laurie’s discussion topic about "what would move you to post here"
2007-12-19 12:03:17 [Message] adoyle -> EdTechTalk: Between blogs and schoolwork at this busy time of year…
2007-12-19 12:03:32 [Message] Bill Ivey -> EdTechTalk: I enjoyed that discussion too, Demetri – and it really brought out how the reasons why we’re here vary amazingly from person to person.
2007-12-19 12:03:40 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: (proctoring exam while in chat room now-)
2007-12-19 12:03:53 [Message] adoyle -> EdTechTalk: I plan to devote more time to the ISEN in the new year
2007-12-19 12:04:05 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: and podcasts and youtube and… [fill in the blank] πŸ™‚
2007-12-19 12:04:11 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: Take a look at this post wher we discussed this very issue: http://isenet.ning.com/forum/topic/show?id=1194706%3ATopic%3A5181
2007-12-19 12:04:17 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: hey June!
2007-12-19 12:04:23 [Message] ahnjune -> EdTechTalk: hey!
2007-12-19 12:04:46 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: which other networks/conversations are folks in? ISEN, NYCIST listserv, Twitter chat, school community, facebook, other?
2007-12-19 12:04:58 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: ah, Demetri referenced it, it is Laurie’s post about whether to post on ISENET
2007-12-19 12:04:58 [Message] alex.ragone -> EdTechTalk: Hi Folks. We’re having some technical set up and we’ll be up and running soon.
2007-12-19 12:05:43 [Message] pavlin -> EdTechTalk: VAIS, ISED-L listservs
2007-12-19 12:05:44 [Message] ahnjune -> EdTechTalk: haha, yep
2007-12-19 12:05:47 [Message] Bill Ivey -> EdTechTalk: I’m in lots – MiddleTalk listserve with NMSA, the NELMS Discussion Boards, LiteracyWorkshop.org, ISED-L.
2007-12-19 12:05:59 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: ISED-L, twitter, H-net EDTECH
2007-12-19 12:07:19 [Message] Bill Ivey -> EdTechTalk: Out of curiosity, is anyone here NOT in ISED-L?
2007-12-19 12:07:46 [Message] adoyle -> EdTechTalk: I try to maintain my own blog and it has been suffering lately. I’m not in ISED-L
2007-12-19 12:07:58 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: Al, get the deluge, join ISED!
2007-12-19 12:08:13 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: set it to digest mode πŸ™‚
2007-12-19 12:08:15 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: Sorry for the delay folks, we’re getting there
2007-12-19 12:08:33 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: we’ve got a ticket submitted to our help desk folks πŸ˜‰
2007-12-19 12:09:23 [Message] pavlin -> EdTechTalk: I’m amazed and relieve to hear about these bandwidth problems in other schools — nice to know we’re not alone.
2007-12-19 12:10:18 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: you are definitely not alone
2007-12-19 12:10:56 [Message] Bill Ivey -> EdTechTalk: (rueful grin)
2007-12-19 12:10:56 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: so, does anyone have any suggestions for the ning, from any standpoint?
2007-12-19 12:11:15 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: generally I’ve been setting all modules to dispaly most current content
2007-12-19 12:11:31 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: but there are other options, like most popular or "featured"
2007-12-19 12:11:53 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: also, what makes it interesting to you?
2007-12-19 12:12:25 [Message] alex.ragone -> EdTechTalk: Hey Demetri — tyring to get you into the skype conversation — can you check skype?
2007-12-19 12:12:28 [Message] alex.ragone -> EdTechTalk: Maybe reset?
2007-12-19 12:12:43 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: sure… will do
2007-12-19 12:12:51 [Message] alex.ragone -> EdTechTalk: Give me a call once you’re ready.
2007-12-19 12:12:54 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: hey Curt
2007-12-19 12:12:59 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: Audio below on EdTechTalk A
2007-12-19 12:13:01 [Message] Curt -> EdTechTalk: hey
2007-12-19 12:13:56 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: ringing now πŸ™‚
2007-12-19 12:14:48 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: we call this "preshow" even though we’re supposed to be midshow
2007-12-19 12:16:31 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: hi tbrass, EdTechTalk A below for audio
2007-12-19 12:17:17 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: welcome back Curt
2007-12-19 12:18:24 [Message] alex.ragone -> EdTechTalk: Hello All — We’re up and running.
2007-12-19 12:19:13 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: Inspired by http://classroom20.ning.com
2007-12-19 12:19:40 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: Looking for more independent school discussion, Demetri created: http://isenet.ning.com
2007-12-19 12:19:55 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: woohoo
2007-12-19 12:20:24 [Message] ahnjune -> EdTechTalk: nice!
2007-12-19 12:20:44 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: welcome back Kerri
2007-12-19 12:20:50 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: aw man- got booted and missed some
2007-12-19 12:21:10 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: talk to your IT director @nandikerri
2007-12-19 12:21:17 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: LOL
2007-12-19 12:22:03 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: Ning – a place to create your own online social network (free or paid options)
2007-12-19 12:22:23 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: http://ning.com
2007-12-19 12:25:30 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: Is everyone here part of the ISENET Ning site?
2007-12-19 12:25:43 [Message] adoyle -> EdTechTalk: Yeah, i got booted when I tried to listen to EdTechTalk A… firewall issues
2007-12-19 12:25:47 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: hi Bill
2007-12-19 12:26:02 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: Al, same advice as I gave Kerri: yell at your tech directory πŸ™‚
2007-12-19 12:26:22 [Message] Bill -> EdTechTalk: Hi! Sorry, i accidentally bumped my "off" switch. Love that feature of HP tablets…
2007-12-19 12:26:32 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: welcome back
2007-12-19 12:27:38 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: synchronous vs. asynchronous interaction – what are you more committed to?
2007-12-19 12:27:48 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: hey Vinnie, you made it!
2007-12-19 12:27:55 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: hey Vinnie!
2007-12-19 12:27:59 [Message] VinnieVrotny -> EdTechTalk: Yes, made it for a bit
2007-12-19 12:28:07 [Message] Bill -> EdTechTalk: asynchronous, definitely… late at night is my only good time to hang out and do stuff like this…
2007-12-19 12:28:11 [Message] VinnieVrotny -> EdTechTalk: @demetri Hey Demetri
2007-12-19 12:28:14 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: hi mjmonty, audio on EdTechA below
2007-12-19 12:28:16 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: hi Laurie
2007-12-19 12:28:43 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: I hear you @Bill, asynch works well with schedule – but doesn’t always feel as friendly and warm.
2007-12-19 12:29:04 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: hi arvind, actually cannot stay but just wanted to say hi πŸ™‚ will listen to the posting.
2007-12-19 12:29:15 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: thanks… hi laurie!
2007-12-19 12:29:20 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: hi demetri!
2007-12-19 12:29:30 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: thanks for all your participation in the ning!
2007-12-19 12:29:31 [Message] alex.ragone -> EdTechTalk: Hi Laurie!
2007-12-19 12:29:38 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: i don’t have audio, am on the student side of our network. hi alex!
2007-12-19 12:29:42 [Message] Bill -> EdTechTalk: agreed, Arvind, but that’s how it falls for me… [Hi Laurie!]
2007-12-19 12:29:56 [Message] VinnieVrotny -> EdTechTalk: great point, about expanding the conversation beyond the pioneers.
2007-12-19 12:30:00 [Message] alex.ragone -> EdTechTalk: Any questions out there?
2007-12-19 12:30:07 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: am enjoying the ning tremendously.
2007-12-19 12:30:56 [Message] VinnieVrotny -> EdTechTalk: How do we get others engaged? I know this goes beyond the ning, but how do we encourage others to begin to develop their voices
2007-12-19 12:31:13 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: Vinnie, you and I are on the same wavelength
2007-12-19 12:31:35 [Message] Bill -> EdTechTalk: I tried inviting people here with me today, but, um, well, no one came πŸ™
2007-12-19 12:32:21 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: face-to-face invitations
2007-12-19 12:32:34 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: It’s difficult to get people to engage in new social spaces, let alone tech tools
2007-12-19 12:32:41 [Message] alex.ragone -> EdTechTalk: Bill, It’s a tough time of year, huh?
2007-12-19 12:32:41 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: having the person you want to invite there with you when you post an entry
2007-12-19 12:32:55 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: whoops- was trying to get audio too
2007-12-19 12:33:06 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: something about ning seems to "work" for new people
2007-12-19 12:33:19 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: having NAIS publish an article in their magazine about the Ning…
2007-12-19 12:33:25 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: right-brained users?
2007-12-19 12:33:30 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: Demetri, I agree, new people are almost more interested than "experienced" people which is interesting
2007-12-19 12:33:46 [Message] ahnjune -> EdTechTalk: arvind/alex i have to run, but this was so interesting!! see ya’all next time
2007-12-19 12:33:50 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: Laurie, nandikerri in the chatroom talked to Fred Calder about publicizing it!
2007-12-19 12:34:03 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: ah!
2007-12-19 12:34:21 [Message] Bill -> EdTechTalk: Is Fred Calder an NAIS person? how would we convince them to publish an article about us?
2007-12-19 12:34:23 [Message] VinnieVrotny -> EdTechTalk: three steps, how do we encourage others to become passive participants? How do we encourage them to shift to become active participants/learners? How do we get administrators to buy in to making faculty become 21st century learners and develop the 21st Century skills? how does curriculum change to adopt these new skills sets. Simple questions, but important answers
2007-12-19 12:34:49 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: I spoke with Pat Basset briefly while in Boston,too- better would be for someone to write a letter explaining the value so that it makes Independent School magazine, or better Pat’s Blog.
2007-12-19 12:34:59 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: I meant Pat Basset (whoops)
2007-12-19 12:35:15 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: odd participating in the chat without listening to the audio, but if you are curious about why new people are more interested than experienced, perhaps it is because experienced people tend to find the "place" that meets their needs and then do not move on to the next "place"
2007-12-19 12:35:26 [Message] adoyle -> EdTechTalk: The goals of the ISEN are to allow us to experience social networking is a safe, professional manner.
2007-12-19 12:35:38 [Message] VinnieVrotny -> EdTechTalk: Like the idea about having NAIS become a more active voice. It would help convince others.
2007-12-19 12:35:38 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: (chatting but not listening, too-)
2007-12-19 12:35:40 [Message] Bill -> EdTechTalk: What did Pat say?
2007-12-19 12:35:57 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: <—-auditory challenged person here
2007-12-19 12:36:17 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: hi Susan, audio below on EdTechTalk A
2007-12-19 12:36:26 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: Pat said "yes, great idea but I’m not speaking anymore [this conference]-"
2007-12-19 12:36:37 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: I had asked him to anounce this at NAIS/POCC
2007-12-19 12:36:39 [Message] adoyle -> EdTechTalk: Many teachers struggle with anything beyond word processing yet alone social networking
2007-12-19 12:37:02 [Message] VinnieVrotny -> EdTechTalk: it is hard to manage the various nings, since cannot cross post, unless I have missed something
2007-12-19 12:37:18 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: I’m thinking a well crafted letter…
2007-12-19 12:37:42 [Message] Bill -> EdTechTalk: (sorry, I’m also helping provide supervision to middle school kids…) so, a well-crafted letter sounds good. from… who? one of us? a group?
2007-12-19 12:37:44 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: what about those with blogs- are you cross-posting to NING and your own sites?
2007-12-19 12:38:10 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: other networks: facebook, myspace, linked-in…
2007-12-19 12:38:11 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: Bill- maybe us as the NYCIST group?
2007-12-19 12:38:18 [Message] adoyle -> EdTechTalk: No cross-posting to NING but that is a good idea…
2007-12-19 12:38:22 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: sometimes i have cross posted between the Ning and my blog, but I haven’t put a link to the Ning on my blog because the readership goes beyond independent schools
2007-12-19 12:38:26 [Message] Bill -> EdTechTalk: NYCIST?
2007-12-19 12:38:38 [Message] Bill -> EdTechTalk: I don’t cross post, but then I rarely post at all πŸ™
2007-12-19 12:39:09 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: any strategies for managing the multiple posts? threads? I have started and killed many blogs jumping from site to site
2007-12-19 12:39:22 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: NYCIST: http://nycist.net
2007-12-19 12:39:25 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: new york city independent school technologists, i believe
2007-12-19 12:39:43 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: you got it Laurie
2007-12-19 12:39:52 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: hi Jamie, audio on EdTechTalk A
2007-12-19 12:39:58 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: NYCIST- new york consortium of independent school technologists
2007-12-19 12:40:02 [Message] jamie -> EdTechTalk: got it thanks
2007-12-19 12:40:30 [Message] VinnieVrotny -> EdTechTalk: but now the audience expands and the user who is comfortable word processing is now being judged by the world. Can be a scary transition for many
2007-12-19 12:41:04 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: i remember wikis got going at our school when faculty participated in the game Fred set up. maybe something similar would get folks involved in the Ning?
2007-12-19 12:41:24 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: Laurie, great idea!
2007-12-19 12:41:40 [Message] susan -> EdTechTalk: It IS hard to manage…very time consuming!
2007-12-19 12:41:49 [Message] susan -> EdTechTalk: I’ve had to cut way back on Twitter
2007-12-19 12:42:43 [Message] VinnieVrotny -> EdTechTalk: Jen Wagner posted a great reflection about the speed of change today. Worth the read if you are interested in developing balance
2007-12-19 12:43:18 [Message] Bill -> EdTechTalk: Actually, I’m in Mass. but would be happy to help with a letter if it would really be helpful.
2007-12-19 12:43:23 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: Vinnie, can you share the link?
2007-12-19 12:43:24 [Message] jamie -> EdTechTalk: The appeal for me is the interesting conversations on current topics in my professional life and the social connections for folks I know or might know through NAIS.
2007-12-19 12:43:39 [Message] susan -> EdTechTalk: I agree Jamie
2007-12-19 12:43:44 [Message] jamie -> EdTechTalk: I’m looking forward to a meet-up in NYC.
2007-12-19 12:43:48 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: anyone playing with seesmic yet?
2007-12-19 12:44:01 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: how about a "bring a friend day" where we ask everyone on the Ning to bring a friend, have them sitting by their side, give them a tour of the Ning, ask/beg/cajole/convince them to log in, and then leave a post?
2007-12-19 12:44:20 [Message] VinnieVrotny -> EdTechTalk: http://technospud.com/blog/?p=150
2007-12-19 12:44:25 [Message] Bill -> EdTechTalk: Sorry, gotta go work tech at our PA rehearsal… let me know if there’s anything I can do to help follow-up, [email protected] – bye!
2007-12-19 12:44:40 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: bye bill (and a belated hi πŸ˜‰
2007-12-19 12:44:46 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: Thanks Bill!
2007-12-19 12:45:11 [Message] susan -> EdTechTalk: And then be sure to write a comment to the post!
2007-12-19 12:45:44 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: the beauty of the Ning, for me, is the ability to compartmentalize the conversations. i know what’s going on around me, but only have to spend time on those discussions that interest me.
2007-12-19 12:46:13 [Message] jamie -> EdTechTalk: gotta run, great listening, see y’all online and in NYC
2007-12-19 12:46:25 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: and the second part is to put faces to names
2007-12-19 12:46:34 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: Laurie-ditto
2007-12-19 12:46:39 [Message] VinnieVrotny -> EdTechTalk: ning, via threaded conversation, is a much better balance and sense of time rather than the instant hit of twitter
2007-12-19 12:47:00 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: absolutely agree, vinnie. same reason i like it better than ised
2007-12-19 12:47:22 [Message] susan -> EdTechTalk: That’s true, Vinnie. Twitter seems much better for hits to resources…ning for the indepth conversations
2007-12-19 12:47:58 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: welcome ucaplibrarian audio below on EdTechTalk A
2007-12-19 12:48:54 [Message] VinnieVrotny -> EdTechTalk: nings or blogs. part of what we are doing is help define the strengths and weaknesses of the tools, so that we can take this knowledge and share
2007-12-19 12:50:04 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: it seems like we are asking others to adopt what NYCIST has cultivated- the comfort of the knowledge being in the group
2007-12-19 12:50:12 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: aw man you’re ending now?
2007-12-19 12:50:20 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: me, too Alex!
2007-12-19 12:50:41 [Message] susan -> EdTechTalk: nandikerri-that comfort is what is important. good point
2007-12-19 12:50:42 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: thanks!
2007-12-19 12:50:48 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: oh well- ciao guys!
2007-12-19 12:50:55 [Message] VinnieVrotny -> EdTechTalk: always great conversation. this is why i try to get over each week
2007-12-19 12:51:03 [Message] demetri -> EdTechTalk: c u online πŸ˜‰
2007-12-19 12:51:10 [Message] VinnieVrotny -> EdTechTalk: I wish all of you a wonderful winter holiday
2007-12-19 12:51:12 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: cu demetri- πŸ™‚
2007-12-19 12:51:21 [Message] susan -> EdTechTalk: thanks! fun:)
2007-12-19 12:51:22 [Message] nandikerri -> EdTechTalk: happy happy and merry merry all
2007-12-19 12:51:50 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: thanks for being here everyone!
2007-12-19 12:51:53 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: the chatroom was great!
2007-12-19 12:53:03 [Message] alex.ragone -> EdTechTalk: Take care everyone.
2007-12-19 12:53:12 [Message] Laurie -> EdTechTalk: oops, back just in time to see that time’s up! happy holidays to all, and looking forward to listening when posted. cheers!
2007-12-19 12:57:01 [Message] adoyle -> EdTechTalk: See ya!
2007-12-19 12:57:08 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: bye Al
2007-12-19 12:57:10 [Message] arvind -> EdTechTalk: thanks for being here
2007-12-19 13:39:43 [Message] angel -> Room 2: hey
2007-12-19 19:03:39 [Message] Jawz95 -> EdTechTalk: hello?

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