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Started this discussion. Last reply by Ann Carnevale Jan 3, 2010. 33 Replies

Hi Everyone!I am always looking for more PLN links! I started a site @…Continue

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At 6:52pm on October 19, 2009, Shelly Terrell said…
Stacy,

That's exciting working with flip cameras! I haven't had the pleasure, yet just using the Iphone camera for now! I could talk forever as well. Nings are one of my favorite PLN tools! There is so much you collaboration that can occur on a ning!
At 10:32pm on October 18, 2009, Cybrary Man - Jerry Blumengarten said…
Here is the hypertext link to the Education page. Right hand column near the top are the PLN links that I have so far:
At 9:19pm on October 18, 2009, Paula Naugle said…
Thank you. I will let you know if I need some more resources. I am excited to get other Louisiana educators involved in this wonderful sharing community. I don't know how I used to survive without my PLN. (Well, actually I do - I spent a lot of time digging through onine resources looking for things I wanted - now I can just ask a question and get pointed in the right direction.) Love my PLN.
At 9:01pm on October 18, 2009, Mary Beth Lemoine said…
I will, I promise!

And when I get down your way, I will come say hello!

The "other" Mary Beth
At 8:58pm on October 18, 2009, Paula Naugle said…
I am co-presenting with Lex Western also from JPPSS and we are doing a session about building a networking with other teachers and building a PLN called Communicate, Collaborate, Contribute!

You sure do keep busy for a retired lady! LOL
At 8:39pm on October 18, 2009, Stacy Bodin said…
Glad to hear you had a great weekend!

I think my session is right before yours, but come say hi between 8:40 or so. My presentation begins at 9:00, but I usually go wait about 20 minutes before just in case the session before mine ends early. I am hoping to get to your session, but I know I will be late if I do. By the time I finish packing up, it will be after 10:00. I will try and sneak in though. Even if it is just to take some pics! Are you still doing Web 2.0 things?

Sad, but I have not even looked at the LACUE site. Working on 2 school tech plans and we are registering computers and doing staff user forms now... In short, very busy.

We can touch base then! See you in December! Have a great week!
At 8:28pm on October 18, 2009, Paula Naugle said…
Hi Stacy,
I went to the Great Mississippi River Balloon Race in Natchez, MS this weekend. Unfortunately Sautrday's flights were cancelled due to high winds, but today we chased the balloons as they took flight at 7:30 am. We left before the 4pm flights. I'm just catching up with my email and Twitter so I just heard about this Ning, and you know me - so I joined. Great to see you here.

I am excited about seeing you in person at LaCUE. I hope to sign up for your sessio because. I learned so much from your session last year. See you there.
At 1:52pm on October 18, 2009, Shelly Terrell said…
Hello Stacy! It will be great to talk with you and not be limited to 140 characters! LOL!
 
 
 

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