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I just got my wave invite, and set up my account. However I haven't had the chance to wave yet, and was interested to see if anyone would like to wave about web 2.0 tools and there applications in the classroom. Let me know if you're interested.

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I'm definitely interested in participating in this wave. UN: ocodonnell@googlewave.com
Would love to! mcstjmross@googlewave.com
I'd be interested. I'm relatively new to The Educator's PLN and would love a chance to wave with a few people.

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I'm interested in participating in this wave: teromakotero@googlewave.com
Check out this use of Wave for writing an epic (from Shelly Blake-Plock's Teach Paperless blog).
http://teachpaperless.blogspot.com/2010/03/using-google-wave-in-for...

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