Skip to Content

Joining Late, But Looking Forward to the Journey

Hello Everyone, 

I am joining in the academy a bit late, but with some encouragement from Cheryl, Susan, Jeff, and Paul Allison, I want to give webcasting a try. Over the past year, I have been fortunate enough to join Paul and Susan on the TTT webcast as well as have a conversation with Jeff about the goals of Education Bridges and the webcasting initiative. I've been listening to Cheryl and others from the Seedlings at Bit by Bit podcast, too, and I feel that I want to be a part of these larger conversations.

Moreover, since I agree pedagogically with the goals for the entire network as well as the specific programs, I felt like it was a good idea to get involved more at this time. Also, I am starting a new job as a professor of English in the fall, and I want webcasting to be part of my service and research agendas. So, I have multiple purposes, some of which still aren't completely clear to me yet!

From the looks of things, I gather that I am supposed to record and upload an audio introduction, so I hope to get that done tonight before I turn in.

Thanks again for the invitation to be a part of the 2.2 group and I look forward to working with everyone.

Troy

Comments

Welcome to Troy, Durff, beat me to it!

Welcome Troy, I am so pleased that Durff is helping out with this class. She is everywhere welcoming people and helping to troubleshoot. But that is just the way this class is. Not to worry, you are not late, we have session #2 Wed. 8 PM EDT.

Cheryl Oakes

Webhead 2006, Collaborative Content Coach for Technology K-12, Wells Ogunquit CSD 

Thanks

 

Thanks, Cheryl.

I will try to get caught up quickly and join in tomorrow night.

Troy

---
Troy Hicks
hickstro@gmail.com
http://hickstro.org

Time Zone: Eastern

Hi Troy!

 

 Nice to have you onboard!

 

mrsdurff

Thanks

Thanks!

I just checked out your blog... can you tell us more about Voki? It looks quite interesting!

Troy
 

---
Troy Hicks
hickstro@gmail.com
http://hickstro.org

Time Zone: Eastern



blog | by Dr. Radut