Thanks for writing and sending the links. I was greatly pleased with the workshop and feel like I learned a considerable amount. Thank you. I'm not sure how much time I'll have after the Holiday (and house guest) season is passed. I'll try to read all of the information and process as much as I can of it, but I am worried that I won't be able to take part in the community as much as I would like. I hope your Holiday was restful and full of indulgence.
Thanks for inviting me! The site looks fabulous. I have much more to explore, and I hope to be able to share something worthwhile and exciting. Love the rotating photos. They make me realize how many wonderful people I've gotten to know through SLN.
Thank you for the warm welcome! I will be sure to review the guidelines and email preferences. I'm looking forward to sharing and learning as I become more familiar with your site. Looks like a great resource!
Thanks for the welcome and I look forward to sharing/learning as I explore (get use to :) ) this site. Seems like a terrific resource ~ I will look for the math group so thanks for pointing that out. I did add a picture so hopefully you 'see' me!
Thanks and I welcome comments/helpful hints of any kind!
Glad to know that you remember me. I certainly remember you from the pioneer days of SLN. You were instrumental in my orientation to teaching on-line and the confidence and spark that you (and others at SLN) lit continues to inspire. Isn't that good to know? It;s similar to whena studnt shows up years after we've had a class together and tells me about the impact I had on them Consider yourself impactful!!! ;)
I've been teaching the online version of PSY 227 Psychology of Learning and Behavior at Broome Community College since1997 but in different course management systems: SLN -loved it; WebCT - didn't love it; and Angel SLN - loving it currently!
I'm looking to develop my on-line course in new and exciting ways with Angel, so I look forward to being a part of this community. I am Chairperson of the Psychology Department, so I hope will time will allow me to take fulll advantage.
Thanks for creating this opportunity for connection and collaboration!
Thanks for your welcome, Alex. And for mentioning the Web2.0 group; I have joined. Though I am experimenting with Twitter this semester, I don't use Web 2.0 tools much and will be interested to see what others are doing.
Alex, I look forward to being part of this group. I have been teaching a web-enhanced course for about a year now. I find that the study aids available to the student through the textbook are very helpful. Students have told me how effective the online tutorials are.
Thanks, Alex. I've been teaching online for a while, but this kind of "community" is actually very new to me. I don't even do facebook--yet! This is an interesting idea. I look forward to seeing how it develops.
Thanks Alex. I am an old timer to SLN and I am sure all the walls and furniture also remember me. This is a great forum since we do not have a chance to chat with like minded working SUNY people - Mahar used to get us together periodically and we have had some interesting input from other faculty at Oswego. This is a good substitute. Great initiative on your part.
Alex!! First, thank you for inviting me to join the NING site. I have done a lot of work in NING and have actually designed and taught a number of courses using NING rather than a traditional course management site. It is actually a stronger platform pedagogically than most LMS or other systems as it allows for more personalization. Students preferred it over the system in which they had been learning. I look forward to participating with you and and the group.