ANNOUNCING: A new weekly newsletter for members of the ETT Community
We are very excited to announce the rejuvenation of the ETT newsletter which will appear weekly in your email inbox. The purpose of the newsletter is to keep community members up-to-date on the latest ETT news, events and shows. It will feature brief descriptions of all of the webcasts posted in the previous week with links to access them in case you missed them. It will also highlight selected upcoming events of special interest to members.
To learn more about the EdTechTalk Community, visit the ETT homepage at https://edtechtalk.net/. If you would like to become a member of the ETT community, go to the registration page at https://edtechtalk.net/user/register and fill out the registration information. To see what is happening at a glance, check out the ETT Google Calendar at the top of that page. You can also click on the name of a show at the top left of that page to find out more about any of our eleven shows.
We host discussions on topics of interest in our forums at https://edtechtalk.net/forum. Feel free to join in the discussions on current topics in our discussion area which you can see in the right hand sidebar. You will see active discussions listed. Just click on any discussion topic to view the posts in that discussion.
Anyone can subscribe to the ETT newsletter via email by scrolling down our front page and clicking on the “EdTechTalk Newsletter” subscribe button or via RSS by navigating to the newsletter subscription page at https://edtechtalk.net/subscription_options . Click on the feed to which you would like to subscribe. You may also click on the show names from the front page to listen to podcasts and read show notes right on your computer.
You can purchase ETT gear through Cafepress by scrolling down our front page and clicking on the “Shop Now” words on the right hand sidebar. We have mugs, caps, & shirts with various ETT logos for sale.
ETT is part of the Worldbridges Community of Communities. We are “ordinary people doing extraordinary things” like broadcasting from home as well as using other technologies that connect people around the world in order to learn and collaborate.
We welcome and value your input. Please feel free to leave comments, use the forums or the audioplayer on https://edtechtalk.net/contact. Thank you for reading our newsletter!
Watch for the first edition of our weekly newsletter later today and each weekend throughout the year.
The ETT Newsletter Gang