Monday, July 24, 2006

Add your details to the members page of the wiki and join our Frappr map


If you haven't already done so, add your name and primary online presence / personal learning environment to the members page of the CLC wiki. I will then add you to the list of members in the sidebar of this blog.

Could you also add yourself to our Frappr map so we can see where you are. You'll have to create an account if you don't already have one.

I'm a big believer that adding photos personalises online communication and can enhance a sense of community, so make sure you add a picture of yourself to the Frappr group photos so we can see who you are as well! I've added a slide show of the group photos (the one playing above) to the wiki.

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