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2008 Announcements

Help Evaluate K12Online08

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If you have participated in any capacity to date in the 2008 K-12 Online Conference, we cordially invite you to help evaluate the conference by completing our online Google form. Your feedback will help improve the conference in 2009. Kudos, criticisms, out-of-the-box suggestions for change, and any other ideas you may have are welcome!

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2008 Announcements

When Night Falls: the afterglow

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The K12 Online 2008 conference closed with a 24 hour long conversation that spanned the globe. As night fell across the planet people came together to reminise and share their memories and takeaways from this year’s conference.

Nightfall by flickr user James Jordan

Nightfall by flickr user James Jordan

We gathered in Elluminate and the conversation was moderated by volunteers. The full details are on our When Night Falls wiki. A special Thank You goes out to all our volunteer moderators! Officially, there may have been a few “holes” in the schedule but when the time came someone always stepped up to keep things going.

We captured the whiteboards where people were sharing all sorts of things during the 24 hours. They are embeded below. Please add to the comments on each slide over on SlideShare and help those who were or weren’t in your hour of When Night Falls by adding some colour commentary to what is displayed on each whiteboard. (There were a few brilliant uses of Wordle made during When Night Falls!) Some of the feedback we’ve received can be found here, feel free to add to it: Bouquets, Brickbats, and Suggestions for next year.

And one more thing … remember notK12 Online 2008 is still accepting submissions through 16 November 2008.

Here are the whiteboards …