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Notes from the Michigan Virtual University Symposium

Yesterday, I attended the Michigan Virtual University Symposium – Online Solutions to Everyday Challenges.  Free Internet access was not available to attendees (not cool considering the nature of the symposium) so I was unable to blog from the conference and unable to google things on the spot to enhance my notes (under the cut.) I do not interject my thoughts into the notes – simply trying to
provide a synopsis of the speech by keynote speaker Gordon Freedman

I need to clean up my notes from the session entitled Student Panel: Perspectives on Online Learning moderated by Susan Patrick – President and Chief Executive Officer of the North American Council for Online  Learning.  (A GREAT role model.) It was a fantastic session. 

The presenters from the other two sessions I attended created web pages for their presentations:

Free Online Collaboration Tools
http://onlinecollabtools.weebly.com

Gaming in Education
http://ferdig.coe.ufl.edu/ferdig/gaminghandbook.htm
http://ferdig.coe.ufl.edu/gaming

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