Virtual School Meanderings

January 29, 2013

Join ETLO on 1/29 for Webinar on Keeping Your Online Community Alive

A third item from Monday’s inbox…

Join us for our next webinar! 
Keys to Keeping Your Online Community Alive Date: Tuesday, January 29
Time: 3:00–4:00 PM ET
Moderators: Kirsten Peterson, Project Director, EdTech Leaders Online (ETLO)
What role does human interaction play in online communities? What does effective ongoing communication look like?Join ETLO’s Kirsten Peterson for the next in our series of webinars in partnership with edWeb as we explore practical ways to keep your online community vibrant.

Drawing from her many years of experience developing and leading online professional development courses, Kirsten will explore strategies to keep learners engaged in your online community. She’ll demonstrate how effective interpersonal strategies can lend a “human touch” to online tools, leading to vibrant discussions and deeper learning.

To participate in the webinar:Login at 3:00 PM ET on 1/29 to

There is no pre-registration for this event. This webinar will be recorded and archived in the Keys to Successful Online Learning and Community-Building community on edWeb for viewing at anytime.

Hope you can join us!

Be sure to visit and join ETLO’s Keys to Successful Online Learning and Community-Building community on edWeb. Through a series of webinars and online discussions, this community is designed to help educators implement successful online and blended learning programs.     

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Barbara Treacy | EdTech Leaders Online @ EDC, 43 Foundry Avenue | Waltham, MA 02453

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