Mark Wagner is leading two concurrent sessions and one poster session at NECC 2007 in Atlanta, Georgia. Links to workshop slides and online resources appear below.
Formerly a high school English teacher, Mark has since served as an educational technology coordinator at the site, district, and county levels. He now serves as the president of the Educational Technology and Life Corporation, which provides professional development and consulting services to schools, districts, and other educational institutions. Mark has a masterâ€™s degree in cross-cultural education, and he is working towards a PhD in Educational Technology at Walden University. He expects to complete his dissertation in the fall of 2007.
Tuesday June 26
Easy and Free Online Collaboration: Create Your Own Wikis (BYOL)
Concurrent (BYOL); 11:00amâ€“12:00pm; GWCC B302
Wednesday June 27
With Power Comes Responsibility: Online Awareness, Ethics, and Safety
Concurrent; 10:30amâ€“11:30am; GWCC B217
Wiki While You Work: Best Practices for Educational Wikis
Poster; 12:00pmâ€“2:00pm; GWCC Level 5, Galleria (Table 15)