K12Online09 Day 10 Presentations: 18 December 2009

Welcome to day ten of the 2009 K-12 Online Conference! All presentations are listed and linked on our main conference schedule.

Today’s presentations include:


KICKING IT UP A NOTCH
Remixing History: The Cigar Box Project
Neil Stephenson

Googlios: When Google Apps Meet ePortfolios & PLNs
G. Alex Ambrose

WEEK IN THE CLASSROOM
Steal this Preso:  Copyrights, Fair Use, and Pirates in the Classroom
Mathew Needleman

Inside the Global Collaborative Debate: Eracism (a Flat Classroom Project)
Vicki Davis

Presentation links on our 2009 schedule page should be updated by 12:15 GMT today.

HELP DESK
If you need assistance during the conference, please post your question in our conference Ning help desk forum category. If you can answer or offer suggestions to any of the questions posted there, please do! If you are a first-timer to our conference, please read the “Getting Started” page on our conference wiki.

PODCAST CHANNELS
A page containing web feeds from the conference is available, including updated links for our 2009 audio podcast and video podcast channels. Podcast channel links should be updated by 12:30 pm GMT each day of the conference.

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT
Information about opportunities and procedures for receiving professional development are available on the PD page of our conference wiki as well as in our Professional Developing conference Ning group.

UPDATES:
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ACCESSIBILITY:
Accessibility has been and remains extremely important to organizers and presenters in the K-12 Online Conference. At some point during or after the conference, please complete our accessibility survey. We value your input and encourage you to participate fully in the conference as well as share it with others in your school and community.

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2 Responses to “K12Online09 Day 10 Presentations: 18 December 2009”

  1. Mike Artell says:

    I’m a children’s book author/illustator (35+ books) and former TV cartoonist. I’ve been Skyping with classrooms all over the US and I’d like to be part of the 2010 Online Conference. I can’t find a contact name or email address for the conference chair, program chair, etc.

    Can anyone tell me how I might contact someone about being a presenter in 2010???

    Thanks,
    Mike Artell

  2. Wesley Fryer says:

    Hi Mike – I am a co-convener, and all our co-conveners are listed on the about page of our blog. If you join our conference Ning, you’ll receive via email a link to our 2010 call for proposals, which will be shared in late Spring. Thanks for your interest in our conference. It would be great to have you share your experiences using Skype with students around the US in next year’s conference.

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