Tēnā koutou and welcome again to this week's e-learning round-up.
Firstly, CONGRATULATIONS to Glenys Bichan - Enabling e-Learning's 500th member. A wee gift will be winging its way to you. And thanks to all of you for your support and involvement in our community.
As we near the end of term 3, we would be grateful if you would take a few minutes to complete a short survey about the Enabling e-Learning web presence on TKI and in the VLN community. Your feedback is valuable to us, as it helps to guide future developments in this space.
WEBINAR THIS WEEK: BYOD - How to use mobile technologies effectively: 19 September 2012 3.45-4.45pm. Join Dorothy Burt, (Point England School), Mark Quigley (Orewa College) and Donna Smith (St Hilda’s Collegiate School) in this discussion. Click on the link to register.
Have a great week everyone - hei konā mai,
This week it's haere mai and welcome to....Jennifer Holland. In the thread, The e-Learning Planning Framework - how and why to use it | NAPP Kōrero 16, Jennifer has shared resources she has used when introducing the e-Learning Planning Framework in her school. Once again, we thank you for your contributions online, Jennifer. In this case, 'many hands make light work'.
Each week, we like to say thank you by nominating a community member for active participation in the Enabling e-Learning / VLN Groups. They can download and add an Enabling e-Learning badge to their profile.
Check out Leadership and e-Learning>>>the Enabling e-Learning website.
Check out e-Learning & Professional Learning>>the Enabling e-Learning website.
Cyberbullying - something quite sinister: Recent events in the media highlight the real issues emerging in regards to cyberbulling and the misuse of social media. Some things to consider for ourselves and our students. What else should we be aware of?
Check out e-Learning and Teaching>>> the Enabling e-Learning website.
Check out e-Learning and Technologies on the Enabling e-Learning website.
Keep an eye out for more e-learning events planned for term 4.
Enabling e-Learning webinars: Find the recordings here for 2011/2012 sessions you may have missed.