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I would like to invite Sakai Foundation members to attend a live on-line presentation by Michael Korcuska, Sakai Foundation Executive Director. This webinar will review Sakai activities and accomplishments from 2009, present the major projects and activities planned for 2010 and provide an overview of Foundation's finances. Following the presentation there will a Q and A period.

To accommodate everyone's schedules there will be two webinar sessions:

    * Thursday Jan. 21, 2010 - 1-2pm Eastern Time (US)
    * Friday Jan 22, 2010 - 10-11am Eastern Time (US)

We will be using Adobe Connect for the webinar.  Presentation materials will be posted on-line in case you are not able to attend or your organization is not a member of the Sakai Foundation. We can also schedule additional times if interest is sufficient.

Please register for the webinar by adding your name, institution, and email address & selecting one of the sessions below. If you do plan to attend it will be helpful if you have read the latest Sakai Executive Brief which you can find at: http://sakaiproject.org/sites/default/files/Sakai_Executive_Brief_December_2009.pdf.

Sincerely,

Pieter Hartsook
Sakai Foundation Communications Manager

Instructions for connecting to the webinar:

Info

The Webinar will use Adobe Connect for the slide presentation at http://breeze.iu.edu/korcuska/. Login as a Guest by entering your name. Before the sessions starts you may want to give yourself some time to check your connection setup at http://breeze.iu.edu/common/help/en/support/meeting_test.htm.
The audio portion will use the Sakai conference bridge. You will have to dial into the telephone number to hear the audio:
    812 856 7060
    *  Conference Code: 386#
    * PIN: 72524#

Please register for the webinar by adding your name, institution, and email address


& selecting one of the sessions below:

Name

Institution

Email address

Session 1
Thursday, Jan. 21
1-2pm Eastern Time (US)

Session 2
Friday, Jan. 22
10-11am Eastern Time (US)

I'd love to attend
but I can't make
either session

Pieter Hartsook

Sakai Foundation

hartsook@sakaifoundation.org

x

x

 

Scott Siddall

Longsight

siddall@longsight.com

x

 

 

Adrian Fish

Lancaster University (UK)

a.fish@lancaster.ac.uk

 

x

 

Urmila Venkatesh

University of Michigan

urmila@umich.edu

 

x

 

David Ackerman

New York University

david@nyu.edu

x

 

 

Gregg Alpert

Hebrew Union College

galpert@huc.edu

x

 

 

Megan May 

Indiana University - IN Location (IT207)

mmmay@indiana.edu

 

x

 

Sara Chambers

Indiana University - BL Location (PO229)

schamber@indiana.edu

 

x

 

Karen Watkins

Indiana University - BL Location (PO229)

kwatkins@indiana.edu

 

x

 

John Moore

Virginia Tech

jmoore1@vt.edu

x

 

 

Steve Hellen

Johns Hopkins University

steve.hellen@jhu.edu

 

x

 

Salwa Khan

Texas State University

sk16@txstate.edu

 

x

 

Mathieu Plourde

University of Delaware

mathieu@udel.edu

 

 

x

Kim Eke

UNC Chapel Hill

kim_eke@unc.edu

 

 

x

Trisha Gordon

University of Virginia

psg3a@virginia.edu

x


 

John Leasia

University of Michigan

jleasia@umich.edu

 

x

 

Clay Fenlason

Sakai Foundation

clay.fenlason@et.gatech.edu

 

x

 

Savitha Prakash

University of Michigan

savithap@umich.edu

x

 

 

Brent Auernheimer

California State Univ

brent@CSUFresno.edu

x

 

 

Ben Royas

Claremont McKenna College

broyas@cmc.edu

 

x

 

Sylvester Segura

Claremont McKenna College

ssegura@cmc.edu

 

x

 

Sean DeMonner

University of Michigan

demonner_at_umich.edu

 

x

 

Christian Vuerings

University of Cambridge

christian@caret.cam.ac.uk

 

x

 

Wu Di

Huazhong Univ. of Sci. & Tech.

wudi@hust.edu.cn

 

x

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Poll Results from 2nd Session

Was this webinar useful?

58% (11) Very
42% (8) Moderately
0% (0) Not what I expected

Would you attend future briefings like this?

89% (17) Definitely
11% (2) Maybe
0% (0) Probably Not
0% (0) If the content/focus were different