Monday, January 23, 2012

Using Social Media for Professional Development

The originally scheduled session this coming Thursday on using the ANGEL grade book will be rescheduled to a future Thursday, so as not to confilct with this NW eLearn presentation (details below).

Lisa Chamberlin strong technologist and this webinar promised to be interesting and informative.

Thu. Jan. 26, 2011, 2 pm (PT) 3 pm (MT)
With Lisa Chamberlin, M.Ed., Instructor at Walla Walla Community College
Location: Online
Cost: Free
Register (We’ll send you the link before the event)
Ever wished you could choose what would be covered each year during those continuing education seminars? In this webinar, you will learn how to harness social media to build your own Personal Learning Network and expand your personal professional development choices into any and all areas of interest. DIY ProfDev is here!

Lisa Chamberlin is co-author of the Twitter in Higher Education chapter in Educating Educators with Social Media (2011) and Making the Move to eLearning: Putting Your Course Online (2009).

Since earning her M.Ed. degree in Curriculum and Instruction, she's been working both in content delivery and as an educational leader, focusing on professional development to convert courses for online delivery. She also develops online and hybrid courses in the community college setting for traditionally underserved students.

When she is not teaching, Lisa is a freelance instructional designer/consultant for both corporate and academic organizations, bringing the message of good course design, community, and the power of learning through social media to her work.
Sponsored by NW eLearning Community (NWeLearn).  Watch for the announcement of the 2012 NWeLearn Conference, tentatively planned for mid October 2012.  It’s a great conference at a great price!


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