A new thread
I expected to see quite a few threads here. Maybe at least, one thread.
Well, maybe no-one got this far, the nine day course is lots of work for busy professionals.
You have both got this far. Well done and welcome to our family :-)
Hi, thanks for the course. I think that I will continuing contributing OERNZ and will be able to mobilise others in my school. I would like our portal to become fairly active and will link to it from our school homepage and other places eventually. I have downloaded open office. I am also experimenting with collaboration on myportfolio, google docs and blogs.
Iam enjoying learning and practicing the WikiEducator platform. Iam able to insert bulleting lists, numbering list and attach external links.
I am also happy I registered and took part in this workshop, I learnt so much in a short space of time such that I couldnt resist not offering to contribute when I came across a wikipage dedicated to my country South Africa.
Yes these eL4C workshops are very interesting and useful, but it is necessary to continue training by ourselves Wikieducator (tutorials) website and to use the new knowledge in our daily work, otherwise what is learned is quickly forgotten.
--Rwagasana 22:49, 19 May 2010 (UTC)
yes, this is true: no practice, no progress. It's like rowing a boat upstream: If you stop activity, you will be taken back to where you started from. ---Reiner- 20:28, 4 June 2010 (UTC)
--Francesc Redondo 17:18, 6 June 2010 (UTC)
Hello! I am a participant of L4C40 workshop and this is my test posting on this page.Dr. Laxmi Narayan 06:52, 16 June 2010 (UTC)
I need a lot of time learning the course but it is very interesting. Regards
Hi from Hawkes Bay, New Zealand - just checking out the discussion thread activity. I'll go and make some postings on the user pages of other participants now, to complete my catch-up session.--Deb Stewart 09:43, 31 July 2010 (UTC)
Today I could reach this point. Lagging behind due to busy schedule at work and home.
Welcome to the Club, dear friend! Anyway, the most important thing is that we could do it and didn't quit. Don't you think so? Regards, Vera.