Sunday ended my first Open Weekend @ Knowplace, a session on Connecting Online. I had a blast and I hope the other participants did as well. I will be doing one of these per month for a while. They are free and won't eat up any more of your time than you want them to, and I promise, you will walk away with a handful of resources that you did not know about. These are designed for a bit more advanced net explorer, so if you are interested, join in. If you don't feel up to that level of mastery, there are other courses available for the newer folks.
Also on Sunday, I have the great fortune of chatting with David Warlick of "2 Cents Worth" and "Landmarks for Schools" at BlogStreams Salon
Tonight I am returning from my second night of virtual attendance at the Australian Flexible Learning Framework, Australia Online Conference. It is being carried on the net as a premiere for LearningTimesAustralia There have been a lot of great learning sessions and I love that Australian accent. In general, there is great excitement in the audience about the arrival of Learning Times and I think we will be seeing good things coming from this alliance.
I am also working hard this week to prepare a program for the DFWCoaches Coachville Chapter on "Blogging for Business". For the time being, since this is a work in progress, I have made the miniworkshop available to guest. You can look around but you won't be able to participate in any of the activities unless you sign up for the class. If you sign up, the class will begin on June 15, 2005.
A couple of other odds and ends. I am exploring Visual Language and Folksonomy this week, so if any of you have any comments are suggestions you could send my way, please do.
Until next time, elderbob