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Looking back at the SIG day

Posted by Illya on 15 May 2007

What a lovely day it was last Saturday, and I personally learned loads!!!
Besides attending two different workshops, I also gave one.
Okay, maybe those of you who attended the internet workshop saw it differently, but I would rate it as ‘an ambitious attempt’. Working with computers is always a bit of a challenge (lost my use of e-mail for an entire week and just got it back today!) and learning is continual, so it would take a lot on my part to call myself an expert. I’m sure the next one will be better. However, I did try to share a little of what I know. This happened to be getting an RSS feed and opening a blog.

Unfortunately, there wasn’t time to go over several more tools I had prepared, but I promise to continue dealing with them here, starting next on wikis.

Back to the blogs – if you happen to be reading this between the 16th and 23rd May, have a look at Santec
See below!

1. Free online seminar Blogs for quality learning in developing contexts running from 16 – 23 May 2007. The presenter is Tony Carr of the Centre for Educational Technology, University of Cape Town.  Simply login  from 16 – 23 May 2007 go to the SANTEC Seminars group and proceed to the Blog tool.

You just need to register at
and then you can join in the workshop free of charge.

Finally, blogging is sharing and caring, so if you have started a blog, let me know and I’ll add it to the blogroll.  And please take the time to leave a comment here or there. It makes all the difference to the writers.

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