For those of you who may have missed it, today was the fabulous 3rd Annual DEN Streamathon! Steve Dembo hosted the nearly 12 hours of presentations from his deathbed (this may be a slight exaggeration) while superstars like Hall and Matt (just to name a couple) showed some awesome things we can do with tools
Awesome Streamathon, Steve Dembo!!! Hats off to you and to all the session facilitators…phenomenal. If you were able to join a session…post a comment and let us know 1 new tip or trick you learned.
This is the video we built. The one that no one could see in the fabulous StreamAthon. I realize it went fast. Here are the tools and sites I used for “Ten Things You Didn’t Know You Could Do With Video (and Two You Did).” With one exception, all the tools and sites are free.
I was able to attend several of the sessions throughout today’s Streamathon. Kudos to all the presenters! The chat rooms were lively and folks were very appreciative of the fantastic professional development offered. The sessions will be archived for later viewing on the DEN national blog. I posted some of the web 2.0 tools that
Just a reminder – today is the AWESOME streamathon…so join in the fun – CLICK HERE! Don’t forget to check out the amazing Brad Fountain (our South Region DE Account Manager) at 4pm for his “WOW! You can do that with DE streaming and PowerPoint?” Session.
Come join us this Wednesday for ‘Tips for Presenting in Second Life’ hosted by Beth Kohnke and Julia Mills. We know many of you would love to present at our SL workshops. We know you have lots to share. Remember our motto: ” We are our greatest resource!” So join us, learn how to present
The 3rd annual DEN Streamathon is just about to get underway. TWELVE hours of non-stop presentations on getting the most from Discovery Education streaming and the Discovery Educator Network. I’ll reprise my overview of streaming’s digital storytelling resources at 6pm EDT just before Hall follows that up with Ten Things You Didn’t Know You Could
Get your Skype account up to date. Make sure the projector bulb is working properly. Plug in your speakers. And then tune in here to register for the Discovery Stream-A-Thon! That’s right, 12 hours of back-to-back professional development from some of your favorite Discovery Gang.Want to know who’s presenting (and when and about what)? Check out the National