user groups : educators

Stephen Barncard stephenREVOLUTION at barncard.com
Thu Feb 1 12:19:54 EST 2007


I guess I have to register as a chat-hater and non-texter, but I just 
don't see the efficiency of using chat when email and mail-lists work 
better.

Chat requires you to sit there with full attention and wait for 
responses, and encourages one to type hastily, which can lead to 
misinterpretation. It's a complete time suck for me, your mileage may 
vary.

I get all tense and impatient during chat, waiting for people to 
type, and wishing I hadn't joined the chat. One can't really do 
anything else during a chat session.

A whiteboard or video image during chat adds a lot of value to a chat 
session. Otherwise, I don't see the point.

>Hiya,
>
>Any educator out there who would be interested in a weekly, biweekly 
>or monthly chat session over skype or AIM? This would be about 
>exchanging information on current projects, funding opportunities, 
>interesting articles or news, eventual organisation of the 
>development of a shared set of resources, etc.
>
>Marielle
>
>------------------------------------------------
>Marielle Lange (PhD),  http://widged.com
>Bite-size Applications for Education
>

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stephen barncard
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