Tonight, our guest was Shelly Terrell, a very well-known name in educational, social networking communities. Among other activities, Shelly has been involved in organizing projects such as #edchat, The Reform Symposium, and The Virtual Roundtable Conference. Shelly bases much of her work on the leveraging and development of Personal Learning Networks, and thus, she was a great guest to have with us tonight.
There were a few technical difficulties, as you’ll notice in the recording, as Shelly joined us tonight from Bangkok (it still amazes me that we are able to do that sort of thing). Shelly has graciously shared her slides with us (found below) and you can catch tonight’s session here.
Notes for this session are available at our evolving Google Document found here (scroll down to the appropriate date) – it provides the context and links for the rest of the class after Shelly’s presentation.