“When Night Falls” begins!!

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When Night Falls begins on 12:00 AM Saturday, October 27 GMT. To see what time this begins in your time zone, click here.

As night falls across the planet, educators across the globe are encouraged to participate in the K12 Online culminating event, When Night Falls. This event will be a 24 hour opportunity for participants in the 2007 K12 Online conference to share a virtual coffee break (in an Elluminate room), to reflect and connect with friends, both old and new, about their experiences at K12 Online 2007. It’s also a time to give feedback on this year’s conference as we begin to plan for next year.

Join us for engaging, meaningful conversation and fun in “When Night Falls”!

Before joining the session, please take time to complete the conference evaluation at this link.

To join the conversations and fun in “When Night Falls click on this link.

Do you have a photo of your community at twilight, or as the sun is going down?
Please consider joining the When Night Falls Flickr Group and sharing it with the world. Directions for joining the group and adding your photos can be found here. See the current set of When Night Falls photos here or Here. Be sure to add yours!

Image courtesy of James Jordan (http://flickr.com/photos /jamesjordan/115627088/in/set -72157601323284300/)

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7 Responses to ““When Night Falls” begins!!”

  1. Clay Burell says:

    A bit of a pickle. I volunteered to host a couple of hours (beginning about 12 hours from now), and can’t find the Elluminate “driver’s manual” anywhere.

    Help?

    Thanks~

  2. Clay Burell says:

    Never mind, found it on the wiki :)

  3. mrsdurff says:

    people globally waiting for a good link……..

  4. A big thank you to Jane Nicholls in NZ for guiding this small Welsh Dragon through Moderation in Elluminate :)

  5. the pebble is in the pond; if now is the time for it to ripple, so be it.

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  6. Thanks to everyone who joined in the WNF session… it was great to see so many taking part and to listen to the great conversations that came out of it.

  7. Lee Baber says:

    Congratulations Sheryl, Wes, Darren, Lani and all the volunteers and presenters for spending the time and making the enormous effort to bring this conference to pass. I will be listening for months to come, revisiting the events, and finding new tips and tricks to answer questions and solve problems. Thank you all. Fantastic job!

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