So, this may be a bit of a flier, but I just threw the following session description up on the EduBloggerCon Unconference page:
Getting Our Blogs in a Row: Crafting a Compelling, Cogent Message for Change…ok…terrible title, I know. But is there anyone interested in taking an hour to discuss the creation of a short list of talking points regarding the uses of the Read/Write Web in education? What key points should we be making? What key points CAN we be making? To whom should we be making them? What questions do we need to have answers for? How can we best package all of that? I know this sounds like the beginnings of a marketing campaign, but it might be worth a try…or not. Maybe we can start a wiki to dump ideas in beforehand? Will Richardson and Chris Lehmann.
If you think that’s something worth throwing some time at, go put your name on the list. If you have any ideas on how to make it work, leave a comment here. And if you haven’t added your name as an attendee to this free, all-day Saturday before NECC extravaganza, whadda ya waitin’ for?