The excitement builds!
Thank you to those who have submitted their proposals for the OZeLIVE 2016 conference!
We are now moving into stage two where we will be notifying you of your acceptance and providing instructions for choosing your times for presenting.
Look for your email from Ness Crouch which you should receive by February 15.
Hello to all presenters,
Stage One: Call for Papers/Presentations
We will release the Call for Papers in December 2015 and promote in our networks. Please ensure that you are a member of this community and have accessed the Presenter 2016 page. There you will find instructions on how to Submit your Presentation for consideration, and a listing of…
Hello to all presenters,
We would like to confirm with you that all those who have selected a time on the Schedule have been allocated their own BbC room. If you have not yet selected a time, please do so today so that Amy can add your presentation prior to our start time tomorrow.
You will receive specific instructions on how to…
Thanks to our mentor Steve Hargadon and our administrative assistant and all round coach Amy Brinkley, presentation rooms have been prepared for all presenters.
You will find links to these and our lounge here: http://australianeducators.ning.com/presenter-and-moderator-links
If yours does not yet appear, we are probably waiting for you to select a time here:…
You will have noticed that our schedule is now ready with links to individual time zones, a feature that we are very proud to present for you. (This is the brainchild of our Mentor Steve Hargadon!)
To ensure that you have allocated your own time for your presentation(s) please ensure that you select an available time slot from our Presenter Booking System at: https://ozelive.youcanbook.me/ There are still plenty of times available on Friday and Saturday,…
Welcome to conference site, we are really excited to be bringing you our second annual event! Our team is growing now! Meet the organisers of this conference who have been ably supported by a number of volunteers.
Meet the organisers of this conference who have been ably supported by a number of volunteers.
Carole McCulloch @coachcarole2012 firstname.lastname@example.org
Ness Crouch @createdbyness email@example.com
Chris Smith @shamblesguru …
A HUGE and special thanks to you for presenting at the conference! Here are some final notes that you will want to keep handy during the event:
Congratulations to you if you have had your presentation proposal accepted for our very first exciting OZeLIVE conference 2014. The world can now be your audience! Following are some tips to get a number of participants to attend your session.
Reduce the Size of Your PowerPoint File for use on the web ... without losing any quality
... i.e. "Optimising for the web"
Before uploading your PPT slides into BlackBoard Collaborate [BBC] it is recommended you 'Optimise' the size of the presentation file
... this not only makes it quicker for you to upload to BBC but also allows it to stream over the 'net' to attendees much more quickly ... helping…
Advice for Presenters and Moderators from The Learning Revolution Project
Conference 2.0 Training
Two areas related to copyright :
The Presentation itself
Presentations will be recorded and accessible in two locations
Following are some tips for successful online presentations. What would you add? Please reply as a comment below.
Powerpoint should be used to put your presentation together and for…
Blackboard Collaborate Instructions for those new to the Webinar learning space.
These tutorials have been donated by the Buchan Project a community ICT project
We are pleased to announce the second annual OZeLive, Ed Tech Down Under Conference, a free week-long online event bringing together educators and innovators from around the world. Scheduled for Friday 27th February, Saturday 28th February and Sunday 1st March.
The OZeLive Conference is a collaborative, inclusive, international initiative involving educators and innovators across all educational environments from schools, colleges, community centres and higher education. Managed and led by the team of Australia eSeries educators who have scheduled (for the last 4 years) the following free online series:
efacilitate, eT@lking, Eportfolios CoPs, techno languages LIVE, Community Connect, Tech Talk Tuesdays, Edublogs Serendipity and Fine Focus.
OZeLive is designed to provide opportunities for building education-related connections around the globe while supporting cultural awareness and recognition of diversity.
To attend this year's conference and to be kept informed of the latest conference news and updates, please
join this network.
The conference seeks to present ideas, examples, and projects related to connecting educators and classrooms with a strong emphasis on Ed Tech Down Under and connecting with Australian innovative educators.
OZeLive attendees will have opportunities to find out more of our Ed Tech Down Under projects and strategies as well as enjoy presentations from our global educators.
Participants are encouraged to learn, question, co-create new knowledge, and engage in meaningful discussions in the interactive sessions.
This is our first OZeLive and we welcome your participation, collaboration and feedback.