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Watch the Live Webcast of the Summit from Your Campus or Workplace
A live webcast of the Cyberlearning Summit will be available on the day of the event. We recommend that you view the webcast in a group setting, if possible. Below are some suggestions for making it a success where you are.
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Set up a Space and Invite Colleagues
- Reserve a conference room for the day and have a computer connected to an overhead projector or a large monitor with audio speakers. Consider connecting the computer to an ethernet connection to avoid any wireless networking issues.
- Watch a talk set and set aside time for discussion.
- Have coffee or snacks to help create the conference feeling.
- Twitter, blog, or share reactions in Google+ or Facebook. Let others know you’re participating in the Summit. If you tweet, use the hash tag #cyberlearning so the tweets will aggregate and others can see. Take a look at http://hashtags.org/cyberlearning to see what others are tweeting about the Cyberlearning Summit.
Involve your Students
- This is an amazing opportunity for graduate students to watch speakers from the field present their vision for the future of Cyberlearning Research without the cost of travel.
- Make it part of the seminar or class experience. Have students watch and then discuss. Discussions can be face-to-face or virtual. If you have students write in a public space (blog, or open Wiki) email firstname.lastname@example.org so we can link to what your students say, giving them a voice in the community.
- Have students twitter, blog, or share reactions in Google+ or Facebook. When tweeting, use the hash tag #cyberlearning so tweets will aggregate. Take a look at http://hashtags.org/cyberlearn to see what others are saying.
Be Totally Virtual
If you are working from home or can’t get others to participate with you virtually at your institution, then we suggest the following:
- Find a colleague at a distance to skype with while you watch the conference, so you can discuss the ideas and your reactions.
- Tweet or share your reaction in Google+ or Facebook. When tweeting, use the hash tag #cyberlearning so tweets will aggregate. Watch http://hashtags.org/cyberlearn to see what others are saying.
- If you’re blogging or posting reactions somewhere, email email@example.com so we can link to what you are saying.
Email firstname.lastname@example.org and tell us how you're going to connect to the Summit!