Welcome to the Distance Learning (SakaiDL) Community! -ARCHIVE


Hello and Welcome!

This is the new working space for the DL Community.

The Teaching and Learning Distance Learning (DL) group originated from several vibrant collaborative efforts and conversations at the Sakai 2010 Conference in Denver, CO. The group's goals include an open sharing of resources, ideas and practices surrounding the myriad of diverse topics of Distance Learning. As the first major initiative the DL group has begun a practice of having different institutions share some of their practices with the community, ranging from Faculty Development to their unique Sakai usage.

Fall 2010: Sharing our Stories
Join the Email list for more information: http://collab.sakaiproject.org/mailman/listinfo/tl-dl

Discussion Forums for Distance Learning on OpenEdPractices.org

How to create an account and join a discussion on OpenEdPractices


11-11-10: Debbie Runshe, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis
10-14-2010: Tony McKenzie and James Brann, Charles Sturt University/Transcript
9-30-2010: Ann Jensen, Texas State
9-16-2010: Maggie Ricci, Indiana University, Bloomington

Mid to Late Fall 2010 - Begin Moving to OpenEdPractices.org

Late Fall 2010 - Spring 2011: Create a repository for distance learning - in OpenEdPractices.org
*DL Repository Brainstorming Page
*Make needed changes to OpenEdPractices to support this initiative

Denver, June 2010: What are we doing?
*Initial DL Brainstorming Page

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SakaiDL Conference Calls and Meetings


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How we stay in touch.

Short URL to this page: http://bit.ly/SakaiDL
Note: Twitter: #SakaiTL - Posts concerning the entire T&L Community

Email List: tl-dl@collab.sakaiproject.org

To subscribe to the email list, please go to http://collab.sakaiproject.org/mailman/listinfo/tl-dl.

The list archive can be found at http://collab.sakaiproject.org/pipermail/tl-dl/
Note: The main Sakai T&L email (pedagogy@) is now being reserved for posts pertaining to broad issues for the entire community.

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