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Find archives of our previous sessions here: http://learning2gether.net, and an index of all events here 

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Sat 23 Oct CANCELED TESOL CALL-IS webinar Christel Broady on Redefining professional activities during pandemic 


I have been informed through EVI sources that the TESOL CALL-IS FREE webinar "Dealing with disruption: Redefining professional activities during the pandemic" with Dr. Christel Broady has been canceled because Dr.  Broady is in the running for president of TESOL 

Date: Saturday October 23, 2021.
Time: 11:00 am EDT (New York) / 4:00 pm BST (London) Time Zone Converter - Time Difference Calculator
At the beginning of the pandemic, the education world scrambled to transition into digital instruction. Educators were flooded with Apps, Widgets, platforms, and tips from commercial companies and peers. Many educators were overwhelmed while finding their way through the information and distinguishing between valuable tools and those not beneficial for their context. At the same time, the traditional sources of professional learning changed. Professional conventions and conferences did not take place. Instead, social media were flooded with events that often offered no professional learning value. As we are now closer to the end of the pandemic, the disrupted education profession must define what the professional future will look like. In this session, participants will reflect on how the intersection of technology and education may move forward and how professionalism may look in our discipline.

Christel Broady, a member of the TESOL Board of Directors from 2018 to 2021, is a professor of graduate education directing the ESL teacher education program. She is currently a candidate for the TESOL presidency. Dr. Broady has been working in the discipline of CALL for over 20 years. She authored a long list of publications, keynote talks, presentations all on CALL, and she received multiple awards and recognitions globally and in the USA. Dr. Broady was the president of the Kentucky TESOL, conference organizer of a state TESOL conference, and president at the Southeast states TESOL conference. At TESOL, she chaired the international Elementary School Interest section and was a member of the CALL steering committee. Last, Dr. Broady is an English learner and a technology geek.

Please join this free webinar from your computer, tablet or smartphone, using the following Zoom link:us02web.zoom.us/j/...
Meeting ID: 817 2177 6738
Passcode: 725384


NOTES: *No registration needed**This presentation will be livestreamed on the TESOL CALL-IS Youtube Channel
***Feel free to use the following time converter to find the time for this webinar in your country: Time Zone Converter - Time Difference Calculator




Sat 13 Nov 0300 UTC JALT CALL games and play forum




Vance has been invited by the Japan Association of Language Teachers, by Hanaa Khamis and Brian Teaman, Program Co-chairs for JALT CALL to join a games and play forum that will be held at the JALT national meeting on November 20, 


About the forum 

In this forum we will be showcasing the theme of games and play as a preview of our own JALT CALL conference which will occur in June of 2021.  The JALT  conference in November is currently scheduled for online only.


The format of the forum is 90 minutes, and we expect to have 3 different presentations of about 20 minutes each, allowing 30 minutes for introductions and discussion among the presenters and organizers as well as the audience. James York will also be participating in the forum. 



Thu-Sat 16-18 Dec GLoCALL 2021 Virtual Conference


https://glocall.org/ - Please use hashtag #glocall2021 in your social media posts about this conference


Download this poster from the GLoCALL 2021 site https://glocall.org/course/view.php?id=32

Direct link: https://glocall.org/pluginfile.php/2665/block_html/content/GLoCALL-2021-flyer.pdf 


Call for Proposals deadline August 31, 2021; see https://glocall.org/mod/page/view.php?id=727 


The GLoCALL 2021 organizing committee invite proposals for presentations that are related to computer-assisted language learning (CALL) and/or technology-enhanced language learning (TELL).


GLoCALL 2021 will be a hybrid conference with both face-to-face sessions presented at the venue in Malaysia, and online sessions presented via the website. 

Proposals for Papers (25 minutes), Workshops (60 minutes), Symposia (60 minutes), Posters (60 minutes) and Virtual Presentations (a file that is shared with all participants via the GLoCALL website) should be submitted to the GLoCALL 2021 Submissions database by 31st August, 2021.

Direct link the proposals submissions database: https://glocall.org/mod/data/view.php?id=729 


Posted on Facebook




Check for more live events on our Facebook and EVO Minecraft MOOC pages


On Learning2gether, Webheads, and Multiliteracies Facebook pages







Tue-Fri March 22-25 TESOL 2022 in Pittsburg and online


TESOL 2022 International Convention & English Language Expo


Hybrid, live in Pittsburg and virtually wherever you are


In-Person Convention
Virtual Convention



Fri-Sun 8-10 July CALL Research Conference at Waseda University, Tokyo



The 21st International CALL Research Conference to be hosted by Waseda University, has been postponed to July 8-10, 2022.

For  more information: https://conferences.castledown.com/call2022/  

The deadline for abstracts is 31 January, 2022. The call for papers for the conference can be found here.


My submission entitled 

Smart choices: An analysis of 20 years of EVO moderator decisions on platforms best promoting online distributed learning 

had been accepted for presentation at International CALL Research Conference 2020.

That was postponed to 2021 in Tokyo, and now again to 2022


This was my proposal. The research could be extended into 2022.




Earlier events


Learning2gether about the nether: Immersed in a VSTE Minecraft Mondays nether world community gaming adventure



Recording https://youtu.be/D4heuGSEvNY



Thu 17 June from 1600 UTC 2nd Library 2.021 mini-conference on Reinventing Libraries for a Post-COVID World


I copied and pasted this from promotional email. It is a free event.


The second Library 2.021 mini-conference: "Reinventing Libraries for a Post-COVID World," was held online (and for free) on Thursday, June 17th, 2021, from 12:00 - 3:00 US-Pacific Time.


The recordings of the sessions have been posted at https://www.library20.com/reinventing-post-covid.

You need to be a member of Library 2.0 (free) to access them there. 

Please join the Library 2.0 network to be kept updated on this and future events. 



In the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic, librarians have been faced with all manner of challenges as they have worked to bring their service, resources, and events into the virtual realm. Unsurprisingly, librarians have not only met this challenge but thrived in bringing new dynamic digital content, engaging virtual programming and instructional events, and exciting online such as virtual book clubs, gaming tournaments, and even makerspace activities to their patrons. Please join us as we discuss the ways librarians have adapted and evolved their service offerings for a post COVID world.


This event was organized in partnership with Ellyssa Kroski, the Director of Information Technology and Marketing at the New York Law Institute as well as an award-winning editor and author of 60 books. Everyone is invited to participate in our Library 2.0 conference events, which are designed to foster collaboration and knowledge sharing among information professionals worldwide. Each three-hour event consists of a keynote panel, 10-15 crowd-sourced thirty-minute presentations, and a closing 30-minute keynote. A mini-conference FAQ (frequently asked questions) page is here. 


Participants are encouraged to use #library2020 and #librariespostcovid on their social media posts about the event.



 (Click the link on any session title to see the description and/or to correspond with the presenters. The actual Zoom session links will be emailed to registered attendees the day before the event.)

12:00 PM (NOON) US-PACIFIC TIME(Click HERE for Other Time Zones)

  • OPENING KEYNOTE PANEL (one hour, see the speaker bios below!)

1:00 PM US-PACIFIC TIME(Click HERE for Other Time Zones)

1:30 PM US-PACIFIC TIME(Click HERE for Other Time Zones)

2:00 PM US-PACIFIC TIME(Click HERE for Other Time Zones)

2:30 PM US-PACIFIC TIME(Click HERE for Other Time Zones)

  • CLOSING KEYNOTE by Chris Jacobs (30 minutes)



Sat 26 June 0200 UTC - TEFL Kuwait Colloquium: Optimizing English Language Education: Practical Takeaways


Join us for yet another magnificent lineup of speakers at TEFL Kuwait Colloquium: "Optimizing English Language Education: Practical Takeaways"

Date: Saturday, the 26th of June

Time: 5.00 PM AST, GMT+3 Hrs


It's a free event

Click here to register: https://algonquincollege.zoom.us/meeting/register/tJcscO2przsjGNYBw7dmGnMZbzbfHLEN4jIb


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Fri-Sun 6-8 Aug MMVC21 - 10th Anniversary MoodleMoot Virtual Conference 



The 10th annual Free MoodleMoot Virtual Conference (MMVC21) for 2021 took place from August 6-8, 2021.


The purpose of the conference was for educators to engage in learning best practices and challenges involved in teaching and learning face-to-face and online (blended and fully online learning) using Moodle and other technologies. The theme of MMVC20 is teaching and learning with and without technology.




to get access to the live sessions, content before and after the conference, your badges and final certificate for reflecting and presenting.


See the presentations scheduled



Wed 1 Sept - Thu 30 Sept Virtual World MOOC 2021



Log in at https://moodle4teachers.org/course/view.php?id=114 to discover the following:


The eighth annual Second Life MOOC (renamed the Virtual World MOOC in 2018) started in 2014. VWMOOC21 will take place from September 1-30, 2021 on Moodle for Teachers https://moodle4teachers.org/course/view.php?id=114 The theme of the current MOOC is “Connecting in Virtual Worlds. Communities of Practice” 


There is a plethora of communities in virtual worlds promoting education and learning through connecting online via web technologies such as Second Life. The MOOC will focus on connecting online for collaborative learning and teaching around the world through virtual worlds like Second Life, Digiworldz, Kitely, Minecraft, or OpenSim. 


The MOOC and the live online classes are organized and coordinated by Dr. Nellie Deutsch, Dr. Doris Molero, Dr. Valerie Hill, and Ann Nowak. You may contact the organizers for further information and support. 


The live presentations (click to access) https://docs.google.com/document/d/1SD_K8x089JYv9oFKt7nYPyvNyN3rHcOfLdGHIY6osFY/edit?usp=sharing



This event takes place almost entirely during very wee hours where Vance is in Malaysia. Consequently, I will try to follow it using this option:


Participants, who reflect on 10 live sessions and fill in the feedback form at the end of the MOOC, will be eligible for a certificate of completion.

To qualify for the digital badges and for the final certificate, please reflect on one of the presentations of the week. Please begin by introducing yourself in this discussion forum https://moodle4teachers.org/mod/forum/view.php?id=24036 

The due date for the reflections is October 1, 2021. 


Subscribe to the Youtube playlist for the Second Life MOOC (VWMOOC21) and watch some of the participants’ videos and digital artifacts at this link https://youtube.com/playlist?list=PL8JUcjyABKxk08_ezhMOydQO0DryPXiZe 



I'll start a few reflections here and pass them over to https://learning2gether.net/ when I think it's time.


Reflection 1

Starting with the opening session, https://youtu.be/NQnSjUXg32A a 1-hour video, Nellie starts by introducing  the other moderators with a video within a video, which includes a mention of each of the presenters, to consume the first ten minutes. After that there is a thorough description of what's on the Moodle portal.: organizers, presenters, live sessions, how to enroll in the course - we're up to 20 min now. I finally skipped ahead to 30 min, which is where Doris appears to take us in the 2nd Life.


Doris starts a tour in SL and notes they will be including VR. Nellie points out that this is especially relevant for engaging learners in remote learning these days. Valerie (librarian) joins us in SL, screenshot https://www.screencast.com/t/jNcHtacYeSd.


This is the home location in SL, https://www.screencast.com/t/OvvPLb8HQ3


Doris shows us how to get bookmark to return here from boxes on the floor. There are boxes where you can find links to previous VWMOOCs. She's showing how to get resources from posters on the wall, https://www.screencast.com/t/ncG63AxxhHn,  but has to drop out from serious lag at 40 min, so Nellie opens for questions. (no questions). 


Zoom will be used to document and stream to YouTube, but it's disappointing to realize that this event is going to be interactive in SL and other spaces, so will probably not be able to participate to full extent thru YT videos. Doris demonstrates that YT videos are also functional from players on the walls in SL, which is critical, because whereas intuitively you might think why bother to access them through layers more cumbersome than your browser, in this space you can "be in a room" with your students and play the videos to the group through SL, which is much more engaging (there's that word again) than doing it through Zoom.


In the last ten minutes of this video, Doris walks us through the pleasant surroundings, where you can meet and discuss - "For language students this is a paradise."  In the last 5 minutes we find a clown which gives you party favors and things you need for dancing, and then we see how that is done. Doris is giving numerous sessions and would be fun to work with, but all here sessions are at 4 am my time :-(


As Doris says at the end, if you do not do this, then you cannot teach your students how to do it :-)



Reflection 2

Nellie was particularly proud of this one an posted its recorded link widely. https://youtu.be/vNtXjzlttuo

September 25



Katsii Tennen 

CVL Music Library LIVE Music Event: Music in Virtual Worlds

(Click on the title to access the recording)

Come hear live music and visit the CVL Marly Milena Music Library- a dynamic library 

Musician:  Noma Falta has been honored with awards like Best Musician in SL, Best Blues Musician in SL, Best Rock Musician in SL, numerous times.  If you want a party, she'll bring it.  If you want some delicious slide, acoustic guitar or bass, she'll bring that.  She'll share covers & originals.  Come join us in our beautiful Library.  Nominate your favorite original SL musician to be a part of the Library.



At https://communityvirtuallibrary.org/marly-milena-music-library/ it says

This Community Virtual Library branch is a collaboration between the Community Virtual Library and Octagon: Creative Exploration. To learn more about CVL, join the Second Life Library 2.0 group in Second Life or visit our homepage. To learn more about Octagon, join the Octagon:Creative Exploration group in Second Life or visit Octagon’s website. Octagon hosts diverse events, including art, music, and therapy exercises and exhibits.


They organize a musician of the month on the 4th Saturday of every month.

Noma Falta was streamed to YouTube through Zoom, and thence into 2nd LIfe.



So, impressions: great music, excellent musician, great concept for SL, but from a visual and participatory perspective, there were a lot of gyrating avatars, lots of attention to clothes and costumes, probably not all of it free (you have to purchase certain gestures, and this seeds some peer competition among participants in participatory circles in SL).



Avatars can start group dances in SL and invite others, which you can accept (or you can just touch a participating avatar, e.g. "the back of Kedwin's skirt", to join the group dance). Case in point, this dancing bird character.



There's more info at https://www.facebook.com/nomafalta; interesting stuff there, all in the interest of promoting learning in immersive worlds, where the main thing is not to be thinking, "how can I use this in class on Monday", but "what does this suggest about the potential of immersive worlds for engaging participants in whatever you think they should be doing, among whom might be my learners". 


Sat 2 Oct TexLER Texas Language Education Research conference - free


On on October 2nd, 2021 will be held the 22nd annual TexLER (Texas Language Education Research) conference .


Learn more about this free virtual conference at www.texler.org


  1. Register (it's free!) to attend by going to - www.texler.org/registration.html 
  2. Share the registration link with your professional networks
  3. Encourage students, colleagues, and networks to get involved by connecting them with our Facebook page, Twitter, and website.




Cancelled events that were to be a part of Learning2gether


June 3-5 2020 - MELTA in Penang Cancelled



I submitted an abstract in Feb, 2020 and received an aknowledgement via Google Forms

How to teach English through computational thinking without having to know coding


The workshop seeks to show how language skills can be developed when the focus of a lesson is not necessarily on the language itself but more on tasks involving using English communicatively and thoughtfully. Many students and teachers realize that some knowledge of coding is an essential skill in the modern workplace, and are therefore receptive to learning more about it. The presenter gives examples of language teachers who integrate computational thinking and even coding into their language classes to promote the 21st century skills of critical and creative thinking, analysis, and problem solving, in addition to the more obviously language-related skills of collaboration and communication stimulated by information gaps and having to articulate algorithmic processes with acceptable fluency. The workshop introduces and guides participants through simple activities using step-by-step approaches, presented in accessible terminology, that can clarify for them this relationship between computational thinking and language development. The activities are set out in handouts that participants can use during the workshop and with students later in class. The activities require neither a computer nor prior knowledge of programming, only the instructions on the handouts, and participants will be pointed to repositories of many more such resources online.


50 word bio

Vance Stevens lives in Penang and has produced hundreds of episodes of Learning2gether.net. His publications, available at http://vancestevens.com/papers/, deal with students using computers to learn languages and teachers learning to teach using technology. His accomplishments earned him the 2019 CALL Research Conference Lifetime Achievement Award.


More info



I received this on Thu, May 7, 1:20 PM

Dear Presenters, 

We are pleased to inform you that we will continue accepting abstract proposals for the 29th MELTA International Conference which has been postponed to 2021. However, letters of acceptance will only be sent out once the conference dates have been confirmed. Thank you for showing your interest to participate in our conference and we look forward to meeting you next year. 



Aug 6-8 GLoCALL 2020 in Kuala Lumpur Malaysia postponed to 2021



I had been invited to be a GLoCALL 2020 International Featured Speaker

and had accordingly submitted the following in a GLoCALL 2020 featured speaker form (Word document)


Bio (104 words): 

Vance Stevens lives in Penang, Malaysia. Founder/coordinator of Webheads in Action and Learning2gether.net, he has produced over 435 episodes since 2010. He is On the Internet section editor of TESL-EJ. and has over 150 publications, many available at http://vancestevens.com/papers/, dealing with students using computers to learn languages and teachers learning to teach using technology by engaging in communities of practice and in participatory cultures.  He has helped coordinate TESOL/CALL-IS Electronic Village Online (EVO) since 2003, and has co-moderated EVO Minecraft MOOC for the past 6 years. He was recently awarded the 2019 CALL Research Conference Lifetime Achievement Award.


Presentation Title: An analysis of two decades of EVO moderators’ decisions on platforms facilitating online distributed learning 

(paper, 25 minutes or longer)


Abstract (149 words): 

EVO moderators have been conducting free and open online 5-week workshops in January-February every year since 2001. The all-volunteer moderators of these workshops must choose a platform for mounting each session, and the choices made of suitable online tools to best accomplish their goals can be instructive for colleagues wishing to host their own online courses and communities online.

The recent loss of Google+ Communities, Yahoo! Groups, and other online platforms heavily used by educators for facilitating online communities of practice has impacted Electronic Village Online moderators and their ability to find robust, stable, free, and open platforms for hosting projects promoting collaborative and shared learning in distributed CoPs.

This presentation analyses decisions made by EVO moderators over the 20 years that EVO has been in existence, and the choices they have made in coming up with serviceable tools despite the occasional sudden loss of many of these platforms.



More online events calendars and archives



Webinars on Mondays, Tuesdays, Wednesdays, Thursdays



IATEFL Webinars

Find the schedule of upcoming webinars here




Instructional Design Service Project

The Designer Dialogues webcast series


The Designer Dialogues webcasts were hosted by Jennifer Maddrell on the second Thursdays of each month between 2013-2018. 


Learning Revolution

Ongoing webinars: http://learningrevolution.com/

Host your own webinar: http://learningrevolution.com/page/host-your-own-webinar 



Prism offers free courses on Moodle

More information in the Prism Newsletters


Register for the courses here - https://www.rose-prism.org/moodle/



Share Your Webinar

A Facebook group for promoting your webinars (for free, of course)






MyTESOL Lounge Live!



FREE and open to members and non-members, myTESOL Lounge Live! is an online hosted conversation space for English language educators. Our next discussion, hosted by Okon Effiong, takes place 27 August at 12:30 pm EDT and will focus on concerns over the veracity of student assessment tasks in the virtual classroom.


All you need to participate is a device with an internet connection. Once you sign up, instructions for joining the conversation will be emailed to you.

TESOL Academic


http://www.tesolacademic.org/ interviews TESOL luminaties and posts the interviews at its 
YouTube channel http://www.youtube.com/user/TESOLacademic 


The site says that it had 10 yrs 0f supporting scholarship in #TESOL (2008-2018) 

and that it produced 78 free #LanguageEducation YouTube talks


Suggest a TESOL Virtual Seminar Topic


Have a suggestion for a virtual seminar? Complete this form to suggest a virtual seminar topic or speaker!

TESOL Virtual Seminars are 90-minute Webcasts focused on key issues in ESL and EFL. The seminars are easy to access online from your home or office, as a live event or using the playback feature when it fits your schedule. You can also extend peer-to-peer learning by bringing together ELT professionals in your school or area for the seminar at no extra charge (registration is on a per site basis). Visit the TESOL Resource Center for examples of past virtual seminars.


More about Learning2gether


Currently (August 2020) we are webcasting mostly in Zoom


Blackboard Collaborate is still generously provided to us by Learning Times. 
Where: Blackboard Collaborate (Elluminate) 


Won't you help out by volunteering to give us a presentation?
Send a short blurb and the date requested to vancestev at gmail.com, or request to join this wiki -
(to avoid spam annoyances, those requesting access are added as readers who can leave comments;
but if you make known your desire to present, get in touch with us, and we will gladly make you a writer)

Would you like to host an event?

Finding out what's on

At the moment people wishing to see what’s coming up on L2G can visit these links, http://learning2gether.net to start with, and from there be linked to http://learning2gether.pbworks.com

From there you can reach the direct link to our next session: 

This is where people expect to see events posted. We also try and post announcements
to various Facebook communities,
and tweet them on #learning2gether

You can also check on the Webheads list (anyone can view messages, they are public) 

Once you know what and when, finding the events

If the event is in Elluminate, you can easily join it at http://webheads.learningtimesevents.org/
If the event is in a Hangout, we normally post direct links to the hangout against its date on this page and at
Google+ communities is no more unfortunately

What if you want to host an event

If you want to initiate a Learning2gether event, you can join the wiki at http://learning2gether.pbworks.com, and when you are a Writer, you can write your details there. However, alert Vance Stevens (vancestev at my gmail address) what your attentions are. When I get requests to join the wiki from people I don't know and who have not contacted me before, I approve them, but as readers on the wiki.

Up to now, anyone wishing to place an event on our calendar needs to join the wiki.  If I recognize the person (I know them or they emailed their intentions to vancestev at gmail.com) then I will give writer privileges on the wiki (otherwise, in order to keep spam off the wiki, I grant reader privileges).  As of this writing (May 2019) there are 225 users with reader or writer privileges at our wiki. The increase in the past couple of years has been at the rate of about 1 every two weeks.

There are a couple of other considerations when planning.
Anyone can start and record a Hangout and harvest its YouTube video embed (I used to use Any Video Converter to get an mp3 from that but I am unaware of any such converters at present that are both free and trustworthy).
We also have available Blackboard Collaborate, which we fondly still call Elluminate, available to us on an ongoing grant from http://learningtimes.com. If you wish to use this venue you should reserve it by creating an entry at http://my.calendars.net/eslhome_conferen



If you would like to present an event or host a discussion please let Vance know. Write vancestev at gmail.com 

Here's a possibility, posted on https://www.facebook.com/groups/evomlit/ 

(Ozma might present this when she starts doctoral studies next year :-)


Events archive

Once an event has happened, its archive gets moved to http://learning2gether.net, a podblog managed by Vance Stevens.

This is done in this way:
An entry pointing to the archive is made in the wiki index: 

Whatever artifacts there were at the wiki as well as any recordings made are placed in the blog at http://learning2gether.net
The blog has a podcast feed. You can find the RSS icon at our About tab





And this unexpected 2018 to 2019 New Year's greeting encapsulates what L2g is all about: https://www.screencast.com/t/q8nQsopMIbsO 









These materials were compiled by Vance Stevens, https://learning2gether.net  

You are free to share-alike and with attribution under https://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0/


The date of this update is October 19, 2021 - 08:00 UTC 







Comments (10)

Joseph Savirimuthu said

at 1:55 pm on Mar 10, 2013

Weblink to stream at 12 noon does not appear to be recognised by Firefox

Vance Stevens said

at 5:08 pm on Mar 11, 2013

I see you made it in at any rate :-) Thanks for joining us; archive at http://learning2gether.posterous.com/veillance-hangout-with-alex-hayes-and-posse

Benjamin L. Stewart, PhD said

at 11:33 pm on Aug 27, 2013

Vance and others, is there anything scheduled for Sept. 1-2? If not, how about a PLN, show and tell? Each participant does a screen share demonstrating and explaining the "what", "how", "why", etc. of current web tools, communities, personal contacts, etc. that contribute to one's professional learning? What do others think?

Vance Stevens said

at 7:33 am on Aug 29, 2013

Sounds like a plan there Ben! It just needs movers and shakers :-) Let's bring our communities to bear on it, Sept 1, 2nd, or both ...

Benjamin L. Stewart, PhD said

at 4:13 pm on Aug 29, 2013

Will do!

marouf said

at 4:20 pm on Jan 12, 2015

Hello Mr. Stevens,
Is this the right wiki that I must enter? Thanks

Vance Stevens said

at 10:08 pm on Jan 13, 2015

Hi Marouf, this is the right wiki if you want to give a presentation or host a discussion here. What did you want to do here?

joshhe1977 said

at 4:23 pm on Jul 28, 2015

Dear Vance Stevens
I am happy to be able to join such splendid community. Maria Colussa told me about it.
If there is some discussion related to gamification, game based learning, inmersive environments or minecraft in education, I would be very happy to participate and learn. I coordinated a research published in Educational Tehcnology and Society. (JCR-Q2): http://www.ifets.info/journals/18_3/9.pdf so I am very enthusiastic with the topic. Thanks again for everything

Vance Stevens said

at 7:35 pm on Jul 28, 2015

Hi José-Manuel,
Great to hear from you. I coordinated a session on Minecraft for educators last Jan / Feb and will do so again in 2016, https://plus.google.com/u/0/communities/112993649763396826671. We could welcome your participation and perhaps you could come online one Sunday around 1400 GMT (give or take an hour or two) and tell us more about your research Find our schedule here http://tinyurl.com/learning2gether - just find a Sunday that's free and we'd love to meet you online.

Maria Jose said

at 10:39 pm on Jan 28, 2017

Dear Vance Stevens
It´ll be a pleausre to share my experience working on global projects. Where may I send you all the information?

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