This week starts a pretty busy couple of months of blogvangelism that should be both fun and interesting. It starts tomorrow with an online session with Webheads from around the world over at Learning Times. I’ll be webcasting about RSS and how it can be used in the classroom, and I’m really looking forward to interacting with a global audience. Then on Friday, it’s off to Bermuda to do a workshop on the Read/Write Web at the Whitney School in Hamilton. (I’m hoping I’ll get a chance to post some pretty pictures at Flickr.)
When I get back I’m doing a workshop on Weblogs in Higher Ed at William Patterson College in nearby Wayne, NJ. Then in March, I’m off to Columbus, Ohio for the Ohio Commons for Digital Education conference, Washington D.C. to keynote the Internet @ Schools East Conference and do a session at CIL as well, and then to Detroit for the Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning Conference…all in the span of seven days. Whew. This is getting serious!
In the meantime, I’m hoping to start work in earnest on a project that I’ve been putting together for the last couple of months. Hopefully, it will be a process that will involve a lot of educators in the making. Good thing all of this is still so much fun…