Laura D’Elia was in Boston a couple of weeks ago attending the Building Learning Communities Conference and she’s put together a VoiceThread presentation that she’s going to present to her colleagues. And the cool thing is that she’s invited some of the BLC folk to add their own voices to the presentation.
What a concept, huh? I wonder what would happen if every conference goer at NECC and BLC and where ever else went back and used one of these new tools to communicate what they had learned and to model the ways we can create and collaborate using the Web. Think we’d get a little further down the road?
I know I repeatedly say that creating and publishing is only half the opportunity here, that it’s the conversations and connections that occur around that content where the most potential for learning lies. But this is a great example of beginning to participate in the virtual community that is “out there” for anyone (with access) that wants to take part.
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Dean Shareski says
Nice idea…if only the VoiceThread page wasn’t set to private.
Brian Mull says
I know, bummed out.
Bob Cotter says
Agree… can’t access.
Love the idea of voicethread for the classroom. Wish, like the others, I could here the one you posted.
Jonathan Orr says
I attended BLC07 and loved every minute of it. I am currently putting together a web 2.0 presentation for my fellow colleagues in Las Vegas. I would love any comments that you could make at http://edscitech.blogspot.com/