Find out why I have been using WizIQ since 2007. You can now get a free premium account for educators on WizIQ and create courses and live online classes for conferences, teacher meetings, teaching, flipped classes with video recordings and much more. The WizIQ class interfaces come in various languages such as Hebrew, Arabic, Spanish, Chinese and so on. Here's the link to get a free academic account for you and your organisation: http://www.wiziq.com/Academic
Educational technology can go so far, but we can do even more by bringing ourselves into the equation. Here's a video recording of Michael Wesch and I in a conversation on WizIQ. This is a must watch because Michael went beyond teaching and learning. He focused on love and how we can enrich our lives by meditating on love before going to class: http://youtu.be/r-dzJr8bMgc
And once again, here I am near the lake, checking in on my online class (which I like to think of as SO-POC– that is, a “small online partly open class” because anyone out there is welcome to visit, join the discussion, do the ...
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The annual Moodlemoot for 2012 (MMVC12) is over but you can access the conference by joining the free course I created on WiziQ for you to be able to access the content (PowerPoint, PDF, Video, Audio) and the recordings of the sessions.
The conversation with Michael Wesch was brilliant. I would like to thank the participants who came and kept the chatbox active and Michael for speaking so openly. It took me a few days of ongoing reflections to start blogging about it.
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