Thanks to everyone who responded to the evaluation survey of Semester 2! (If you’d like to see the results, here they are.) The Project Play team has been thinking about ways to continue the Project, and according to the survey results, 94% of you hope we’ll continue, too. So we met today to discuss some ideas, and we came up with a plan.
We are going to post a new topic to the blog every 2nd Friday of the month June through December, 2008, and February through May, 2009. You’ll have a couple of weeks to play with the tools, then w We’ll have “Play Dates” online in OPAL on the 4th Friday of those months the month June through December 2008 and February through May 2009, during which we will further discuss the tools a new topic or more advanced features of an old topic and have time for you to ask questions. We’ll post the Play Date content on the blog on the same day as the OPAL session for those of you who can’t attend. For those of you needing contact hours for certification, you’ll be able to earn credit for the Play Dates, but not for doing the blog exercises on your own.
This summer’s topics will be as follows:
PassPack online password managermore on del.icio.us
more on del.icio.usmore on Google apps: Gmail, Sites, Calendar
more on Google apps: Gmail, Sites, Calendarmore on LibraryThing
We will no longer track your progress or supply incentives, so it’s time to take responsibility for your own life-long learning. We know you can do it! You’re off to such a great start with Semester 1 and/or 2 under your belts, so keep on playing more, learning more, and fearing less!
We’ll post more details here as they develop, so stay tuned.Tags: blog, contact hours, Delicious, Google, incentives, password manager, survey