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Before The Dawn K12Online09

by Educator, Author, Digital Storyteller, International Learning Consultant at Speed of Creativity Learning LLC on Oct 29, 2009

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This presentation for presenters of the 2009 K-12 Online Conference addresses presentation guidelines, file submission procedures, conference live events, and more. Presenters should join our 2009 ...

This presentation for presenters of the 2009 K-12 Online Conference addresses presentation guidelines, file submission procedures, conference live events, and more. Presenters should join our 2009 Presenters group in the K-12 Online Conference Ning to ask questions and engage in discussion with conference organizers.

http://k12online.ning.com/group/2009presenters

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  • wfryer Wesley Fryer, Educator, Author, Digital Storyteller, International Learning Consultant at Speed of Creativity Learning LLC Thanks for the feedback, Chris. We are making quite a few changes to the conference this year, and hopefully we'll continue to get feedback to make it even better. I am hopeful we'll see even deeper conversations about presentations this year because of the threaded discussion feature on the Ning, and the ongoing 'echo' webcasts / LAN parties.

    It is such a relief to have shared/distributed uploading and posting responsibility to our presenters this year. It is definitely making the time requirements for organizing more reasonable, and hopefully not diminishing the experience in any way for either presenters or participants. My main concern with this is accessibility, and we are going to be sharing a survey so we can gather data on participant's accessibility experiences.
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  • betchaboy Chris Betcher, Educator at PLC Sydney Wes, thanks for putting all this together. It’s a great overview of the expectations and requirements in a nice easy-to-understand format. The changes being made, especially in the way presenters are able to upload their own files to blip and dotsub, are a great idea. It makes so much more sense to use online services that already do all this transcoding and rss feed generation, rather than having that workload fall back onto the organisers. So much more sensible! I also think the use of the Ning to house all this content makes a lot of sense, and the moves made for making the conference extend out beyond the narrow little 2 week window of the actual event are a real step in the right direction. Kudos to you and your team this year! Thanks again for taking this on again. Chris 4 years ago
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