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This past week I have been up a mountain recording and participating in an avalanche safety training course.
But for now, I’m just noting here that I absolutely snowed under with stuff going on this week. There have been a number of people asking where I am with my commitments (Alex, online learning communities course, Otago Poly staff).. and I just don’t know how long its gunna take to dig out of this! My email is 3 screens deep! My phone has 8 unanswered messages! and my to-do list is… well, I don’t even know where it is anymore!
On September 30, Sunshine and I will be getting married. That’s only 2 weeks away and we have 50 friends and family to look out for – most coming from over seas… So at this point, I think I’ll just have to put the majority of these other things on hold and prioritise this day.
Early on in this course, many of us were enthusiastic for Sheryl Nussbaum-Beach’ s article The Art of Building Virtual Communities. The tips in that article have received wide acclaim in the comments and other people’s blogging.
We were lucky to have Sheryl join us with a 10 minute lecture and then discussion on Tuesday 4 September 12:00 Noon Auckland time, or for Sheryl, that’s Monday, 3 September 2007 at 8:00 p.m New York time.
Here are the recordings:
Original files and other formats from Archive.org
MP3 recording of Sheryl’s talk – 5.2meg / 29 minutes
MP3 recording of discussion – 5.5meg / 30 minutes
Elluminate recording – 1 hour / no password needed
Slides on Slideshare Sheryl?