all-star blog panel @ rit tomorrow

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Those of you in the Rochester area might want to attend the panel on "Weblogs and Cross-Disciplinary Communication" being held Friday from 4:30 - 5:45 on the RIT campus, as part of the Media Ecology Association Conference.

I'll be chairing the panel, and the other participants are:

  • Clay Shirky
  • Jill Walker
  • Seb Paquet
  • Alex Halavais

It will be held in the Liberal Arts building, room 06-A205.

Hope to see you there!

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BLog Conferance tomorrow at RIT from All The Things I Wish I Had Said on June 10, 2004 11:21 PM

For those of you in the Rochester area with nothing to do tomorrow and an interest in blogging, you can check out a conference being held at RIT. I found out about it from one of my favorite local blogs. I only say "with nothing to do" because I have t... Read More

Blogging @ MEA from Collin vs. Blog on June 11, 2004 11:02 PM

Mission accomplished! Despite what was barely a nap this morning, I managed to scrape myself together and made the drive to Rochester this afternoon for the Media Ecology Association conference. And as promised, I had the pleasure of attending a plenar... Read More

Collin reports on a panel on blogging chaired by Liz Lawley and featuring Alex Halavais, Jill Walker, S´┐Żbastien Paquet, and Clay Shirky. Sounds like a great discussion. Should be useful for my paper on using blogs in the classroom.... Read More


Jill Walker???
Isn't she Aurora's mommy?

Hope to see you there too! :)

Yeah, that's me - mother of the half-monkey child :)

so thats where those slides Alex presented on his blog where shown.

Liz--I've been thinking that it would be very interesting if you were to convene the same panel next year at the MEA conference (which will be in New York City June 22-25) to talk about what has changed and what's the same.

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