THED is an open global network of tourism and hospitality educators supporting each other in furthering our professional development and making sense of rapid changes in technologies for teaching and learning in the classroom.
- Google group forum: http://groups.google.com.au/group/tourismhospitalityed
- Wikieducator: http://wikieducator.org/THED
- Wikispace: http://thed.wikispaces.com
- Utilising technology in the kitchen - Quirino Colecchia - http://chefrino.blip.tv/file/440954/
- Social networking for contacting Alumini - Jeannie McRae - http://jmcrae.blip.tv/file/446934/
- A people learning system - Steven Parker - http://sparker.blip.tv/file/357385/
- Real time moBlogging in event management - Dominic Burriel - http://blip.tv/file/446989/
- Web 2.0 to inspire students/ firewalls to frustrate - Bjorn Ulfsson - http://bulfsson.blip.tv/file/444780/
- Creating engaging resources - Patricia Hearn - http://sparker.blip.tv/file/451709/
- Planning and working together as a faculty team - Rob Long - http://roblong.blip.tv/file/170136/
Working together as a team
'there are people who have very limited understanding of how to use all this stuff, then there’s people who are intermediate, I'd put myself as intermediate I'd understand some of the terminology so we'll have to start off where we are all at...' Rob Long - Event management
How do YOU engage and communicate with students in their social networking and Web 2.0 world? Each teacher has had their own successes and issues to deal with, to manage join the THED google group and say hello, and check out the teacher's success stories.