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Live and Online!: Tips, Techniques, and Ready-to-Use Activities for the Virtual Classroom
Live and Online!: Tips, Techniques, and Ready-to-Use Activities for the Virtual Classroom
Live and Online! offers the key to designing effective interactions for the synchronous classroom. This ensures that participants have ample opportunity to collaborate and interact, which in turn helps them to successfully learn online. Author Jennifer Hofmann explains the use of powerful synchronous tools—Whiteboard, Chat, Breakout Room, Application Sharing, and Synchronized Web Browsing—provides sample exercises for each tool, and offers advice on how each tool fits into the instructional landscape. At the end of each exercise there is space provided for notes and suggestions on how to customize the interaction for specific projects. The companion CD-ROM contains sample graphics, leader guide pages that support the exercises, and templates for creating leader and participant materials and interactive plans.

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1) name: "Trey"nt Tyson Miller 2) where are you from/where did you grow up? Kokom Indiana home of the worlds biggest steer (no really look it up). 3) where are you living now? Madison Wisconsin...cheese and beer! 4) favorite teams: The Hoosier of course…..especially the ‘87 Hoosiers. Any small team from the Midwest Kent State, Butler, Northern Iowa, then after that all other small schools. I also cheer for the underdog in almost any case. Actually more accurate is that most of the time I cheer for the the schools from the smaller conferences. If I have to cheer for a confrence it is of course the big ten. 5) least favorite teams: Dook-o-rama, Purdue….stinky smelly Purdue, Kentucky, SEC, ACC, Big East (except for Marquette and West Virginia). I went to a small county school in Indiana and we always got whooped on in the sectional by the huge school but every once in a while one of the county schools would pull off the W and it was sweet. This may explain my big conference dislike. 6) Favorite Cinderella- Oh so many but Valpo and Butler really stick out. I also have this memory from many years back of Santa Clara beating Arizona. 7) favorite March Madness memory- Hoosiers 87, The warehouse and that dam yough house 8) Least Favorite Announcer(s) OK so Dicky V is obnoxious, Billy Packer is a grumpy bitter man with nothing positive to say ever but I have two new least favorites since I’ve been paying attention lately. First of all is Bill Raftery he just caries on and on like an middle schooler with no sense of how not funny he is. He has many annoying catch phrases that he repeats throughout the game with gutteral bursts of energy. The phrases seem to have nothing to do with what is actually going on….he is my new worst. Now tonight selection Sunday I made a new enemy Jim Nantz. I never even knew who he really was until he attacked the selection committee chair in 2006 acting like he was a total moron. Nantz was carrying on and on about how can some of these non power conferences get so many at large bids over far superior power confrence teams? He was totally irate that the power conferences only got 26 at large bids and the small conferences got 8 at large bids (that's right 8) and basically berated the committe chair for this. Packer just kind of nodded but didn't say much. When they went back to the studio Clark Kellog and Seth Davis both pretty much laughed about how idiotic Nantz was….(did anyone else see this???????) (2007 note: Uhhhh George Mason was one that he ripped royaly) 9) Favorite memory 2005 —That Dam Yough house Vermont guy shooting from deep NBA range and the West Virginia game vs Chris Paul’s crotch punchers 10)Favorite memory/memories from 2006? My first memory is when I had to work my library job on the Sunday of the George Mason/UConn game. I watched the scores online for the first half. About 10 minutes into the second half I couldn't take it anymore and turned on the TV in the library and muted the sound. I'm pretty sure this was against policy but this was an emergency. So of course the library cleared out and I was left with one other librarian to watch the overtime and stay 30 extra minutes at work....also my best day of work ever. Madness gathering related I'll list a few images stuck in my mind 1)Tony on top of Troy's truck cap tring to retrieve the amish golfballs. 2)Greatest Hockey Fights ever...the anouncer made some assanine comment comparing hockey to dating? 3)Shannon showing up at the house with $200 worth of raw meat even though I'm pretty sure he was unemployed at the time. Sacrifices must be made for madness. 4)Rachel laughing uncontrollably during late night card playing as Shannon was doing the motions of "milk, milk, lemonade, this is where the fudge is made" 5)Troy, Christy, Katie all showing up with crazy stories about how they finally made it to the house. 11)Which mascot would you be for one year? Baby Jay Big Jay Blaze Buzz Captain Chris Cosmo Flying C Knightro Mario the Magnificent Dragon Nitro the Knight Scratch Smokey Sparky Zippy the Kangaroo I'm trying to figure out if this is a mascot list or a list of some of the folks that I met while touring with "The Phish"? I'm thinking any of these would get me free grilled cheese sandwiches in a Grateful Dead reunion tour parking lot. I'm going to go with "Mario the Magnificent Dragon" as I could possibly score a ticket with this name. I'm kind of assuming that somebody on tour already has this name though. Peace man, Trey (aka doses) extra.. I went to Anderson U and Boston U (maybe Creighton then Delaware….next) Notes: organized madness?
Diversity Plus Magazine : ThinkFree Office Live
Diversity Plus Magazine : ThinkFree Office Live
There was a time when people would download all the wanted documents, install all the needed software and then open the documents in the associated application in order to read, convert, or edit them. It’s not the case anymore. ThinkFree, a Java based office development company, has launched a new online suite, “ThinkFree Office Live,” a Microsoft Office compatible application suite comprised of word processing, spreadsheet and graphics presentation applications— all accessible online. “We’ve been working on this (program) for more than three years. We want to provide users free access to any document online—spread sheets; word documents…” said Edward Coloma of ThinkFree Live Beta development team. With this new tool, users no longer have to download documents in various formats and corresponding editing applications. They can view and edit all the documents within the ThinkFree Office Live environment. ThinkFree Office Live also allows users to create, save and convert documents without downloading anything—a word document can be created and saved online and then be converted to other formats such as text or PDF, all in the integrated ThinkFree Office Live environment. Even better, these documents can be easily embedded into websites or blogs for sharing, which allows small business owners to provide their customers with a new level of document accessibility. A user can also choose to let other users edit his/her own documents without confusion; the “version control” tool coming with ThinkFree Office Live will track all the editing made by different users. Those users who share the same document can subscribe to the “ThinkFree Office Live notice alert.” Whenever the document is edited, all the subscribers will receive a notice about the update. “It’s convenient. You don’t even have to e-mail your colleagues you’re working with,” said Coloma. “Our philosophy is ‘anytime, anywhere’. As long as you have Internet access, regardless of location, you can work on your documents. And it’s very easy to use.” Carlos Mangandy who presents ThinkFree Inc. also said, “Nowadays people don’t have to physically get together to work on a project. They can be anywhere in the world and still work together. Many of our users found that ThinkFree Office Live is a very efficient tool.” Currently ThinkFree Office Live, now in its beta version, has more then 700,000 registered users. For those small business owners who want to avoid installing huge software packages on their computers, or save money by staying away from large licensing fees of commercial applications, ThinkFree Office Live may be a good alternative. ThinkFree also has other solutions for servers and online work. Los Angeles City Public Library in California and Ryder System, a transportation-providing company based in Florida, has adopted ThinkFree Server for their daily operation. LA Public Library considered that the tool had “no limitations on simultaneous users” and gave them “easier management resulting in lower operating costs due to less IT Staff intervention.” Coloma pointed out that ThinkFree Office Live Beta is so user friendly that no training is needed if a small business decides to adopt this new tool. “ThinkFree Live is the most Microsoft compatible software in the market,” said Mangandy. Coloma agreed with his colleague: “Anybody who knows Microsoft should have no problem using ThinkFree Live. Another benefit of ThinkFree Office Live is its platform independency. Built for cross-platform functionality, Think- Free Office is compatible with Windows, Macintosh, Unix and Linux systems. Many features can be automatically installed and upgraded over the Web, including Internet-based file sharing and storage, as well as end-to-end security. ThinkFree provides a ubiquitous documentation platform to help users work in boundless environments. And the development team of ThinkFree has an even bigger ambition with this new tool. “We’re not stopping here. We’ll add more collaborates (to ThinkFree Office Live) which allow users to make their documents smarter and more convenient,” said Coloma.

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Introducing the live online classroom
Live instructor-led online learning—sometimes called synchronous or virtual classroom learning—has ushered in a new age in distance learning.

The attraction for organisations to be able to offer more training for less—through travel and accommodation cost savings, combined with the rapid deployment of training to large numbers of learners—has led to a sharp increase in the use of live online learning in recent years, both in the US and Europe.

Live online learning expert Colin Steed provides a no-nonsense layman's guide to the benefits, challenges, opportunities and faciities provided by the Live Online Classroom.

For business managers, learning and development managers, and everyone who needs to gain an insight to providing learning online.

Live instructor-led online learning—sometimes called synchronous or virtual classroom learning—has ushered in a new age in distance learning.

The attraction for organisations to be able to offer more training for less—through travel and accommodation cost savings, combined with the rapid deployment of training to large numbers of learners—has led to a sharp increase in the use of live online learning in recent years, both in the US and Europe.

Live online learning expert Colin Steed provides a no-nonsense layman's guide to the benefits, challenges, opportunities and faciities provided by the Live Online Classroom.

For business managers, learning and development managers, and everyone who needs to gain an insight to providing learning online.

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