Ed Tech Talk Newsletter Week of October 25 – 31, 2008

Week of October 25-31, 2008

Hello EdTechTalkers:

Welcome to the this week’s edition of the EdTechTalk (ETT) Weekly Newsletter!

As we prepare, in parts of the United States, to turn our clocks back, we watched the K12Online Conference wind down with When Night Falls.  We were lucky to have some of our very own ETT webcasters and regular listeners take part in this exciting round-the-clock wrap up of the conference.  Jen Wagner, Dave Chamberlain, Susan van Gelder, Kim Caise, Vinnie Vrotney, Dennis Richards, and Linda Nitsche all volunteered to lead discussions.  If you didn’t get a chance to watch all the presentations or join the live sessions, you can still listen in on the archives.  http://k12onlineconference.org/docs/k12online2008schedule.html

EdTechWeekly celebrated their 100th Episode this week with a "100 Best Links" speed show.  Bravo Dave Cormier, Jeff Lebow, Jennifer Maddrell, and John Schinker.  This archive is well worth another listen. https://edtechtalk.net/EdTechWeekly100
 **A Week in Review of ETT Shows**












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