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Total number of votes: 17
I have come to really enjoy Eluminate sessions - a very new thing for me when I attended my first back in Spetember for EDDE 801. However, I suspect that my regular attendance at the TLSTN sessions will be difficult for me (an extremely busy schedule at the moment). It's especially tough for me during the day. I echo, though, what was mentioned by someone else about the value of the recording. So, all that to say, that my participation in TLSTN may be on the "legitimately peripheral" side.
John Hannah April 26, 2010 - 10:15am
I enjoy connection through Elluminate, but I can't usually do this during the day, with the exception possibly of some Mondays. However, I can review the sessions in the evenings later if they are recorded and posted. Given that this is distributed, decentralized learning for busy people, many of whom work during the day, finding a common time during the day might be difficult...at least it would be for me.
Theresa Zolner April 26, 2010 - 9:35pm
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