Thanks alot Gary for welcoming me in ur group and ning. I'm still new in the virtual world , but is very interested and excited about exploring it. I'll be following your forum discussions and blog. hope to share in all activities soon !!
I am hoping to learn a lot from observing and if I can, helping out with the EVO sessions. I'm really looking forward to seeing some of the technical aspects and principles of on-line instruction put into practice. Just let me know if there is anything I can do.
Thanks, I'm enjoying the MA course. However, I hardly keep up with reading the articles as I have a workshop on Friday, at Virtual Round Table. Recently, I've been more focused on preparing my presentation. I'll have more time to read very soon :)
About SLLanguages, I tweeted this to Graham earlier - I think you've already got a presentation on Sloodle lined up - I'd be happy to do another one if there's room in the schedule; For example, we could do one "about Sloodle" explaining what it does and another hands-on practice session for people who want to try it.
Hi, Gary! Thanks for letting me join. I had heard about Second Life through friends and will need a little time to learn to use it. Originally, a linguist, I am now involved in teaching English as a SL and will encourage one of the best CELTA groups ever to participate, too! Photo will follow....
Hi Gary! Thanks for a welcome. I hope we will be able to cooperate in the near future. We are restarting our programme in the Czech region called Bohemia (usually about 40 listeners at presentations, which is quite encouraging). I am also going to start my MSc in E-learning at Edinburgh Univ. so we will see about the people there...
All the best and lots of energy!
Hi Gary, thanks a lot for your first response, the welcome. I am gradually building my knowledge about the second life program. With hope, I would find it very much helpful for Thai students to learn English as the program is widely used in many countries in Europe now. I will strictly follow your advice.
Pattrawut from Thailand
Do you know what I see as a great thing? I can improve my poor English with native speakers (writers ;-) ) here and SL, but also other languages. I was a little at Arcachon and just loved it.
I would be pleased to contribute as far as I can.