Nancy White – Is your blog your community?

Many LTUG members will know Nancy White from previous events by video-conference with LearnTel.

Nancy will be presenting another one of her engaging sessions on 6th July, 11am – 12.30pm AEST.

Where: Your video conference room

About Nancy White:
Founder of Full Circle Associates, a communications consultancy, Nancy helps non-profits and businesses connect through online and offline strategies. She is recognised for her leadership and expertise in the emerging field of online group facilitation and interaction. She is a skilled online interaction designer, facilitator and coach for distributed communities of practice, online learning, distributed teams and virtual communities.

Nancy presents internationally and was an early writer and collector of online facilitation resources . She has been teaching the original online workshop, Facilitating Online Interaction, since 1999 and hosts the respected "Online Facilitation" email list. Since 2004 she has been blogging: Full Circle Online Interaction Blog".

Read more about Nancy and her work at: www.fullcirc.com 

Content:
More and more distributed online learning groups and communities are adopting blogs as their community platform – intentionally and sometimes by chance. Some efforts are structured and others are ad hoc formations that emerge "between" a number of blogs.

  • What are these communities discovering?
  • How does the blog interface differ from email lists and web forums and with what implications?
  • What are the pros and cons of using blog technology for learning communities?
  • What is the community perspective of blogs?

Hear what Nancy has to say and then discuss ideas with her and others involved in the videoconference. You will also be able to participate in a discussion list pre- and post- conference for sharing of ideas and resources.

For more information and registration – go to the LearnTel site!

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