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Educators build community and collaboration online (article)

Props to Ryan Goble for starting this NING, and to all of us who signed up (if I may be so bold).

I just saw this article called "Online Social Networking for Educators". Read for more information about this new phenomenon:

it's exciting to be doing something so fresh, eh?

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Comment by Ryan Goble on January 27, 2009 at 6:42pm
Erika thanks for the props - although I'll be like PE for now. Cool that you found that article in NEA - Classroom 2.0 is the mothership of educator networking. Hopefully we'll find enough pop people out there to make this place interesting. On a technical note (as I'm still figuring out the quirks of NING) your link above didn't come up as a hyperlink - that seems strange because I've pasted urls and they automatically become hyperlinks - wonder if it didn't do it automatically because of the http:// - who knows, eh?

I'm a Chicago native so that means I can be "looking California/And feeling Minnesota."

What school are you teaching at in MN?

Thanks for jumping into the discussions!



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