Oct 22 2009

Nancy’s Public Events in Australia November ’09

Published by at 3:16 pm under events

November I’m heading back to Australia. I had such a great time in 2006, I’m going back. I’ll be blogging about it again on a dedicated blog, but I also wanted to cross post a few things here as a “heads up.”

Below is a location by location, chronological listing of the events I’m involved in during my trip. There are links for more information and registration. Some of the details are not complete, so I’ll update this post as the rest of the information gets settled. You may notice there are some openings if you want to propose something!

Sydney

November 9th

9-12 am – Stewarding Technology for Communities

1-4pm – Introduction to Graphic Facililtation

6-9pm – Sydney Facilitator’s Network Evening Tweetup

November 10th

9-12:30 – Introduction to Online Communities

1:30 – 4:30 pm – Advanced Online Communities

November 11th

Open in the morning. Want to do something?

Transit to Canberra via train in the afternoon

Canberra

November 12th

Private workshop 1-3pm
Transit to Adelaide 5:30 pm

Adelaide

November 13th

E-Dayz Conference Keynote “Why should we “do” community (or why not) for learning?” (9:20 am as part of larger 3 day event!)

November 14th

Play day in Adelaide!

Melbourne

November 15th

Transit to Melbourne

November 16th

Private events in the morning and afternoon

6 – 8 pm KMLF Public Event – RMIT Graduate School of Business, 300 Queen Street. Melbourne, Lecture room 158.1.2B (Ground level – just behind reception).
Ample metered street parking nearby in Queen Street (between La Trobe and Little Lonsdale). RSVP: by email to melbournekmlf@gmail.com

November 17th

8:45-12:00 Introduction to Online Communities

1:00 – 4:00 pm Advanced Online Communities

Evening transit to Mooloolaba

Mooloolaba

November 18th

1 – 4:30 pm Stewarding Technology for Communities

November 19th

Keynote at Learning Technologies Conference

November 20-22

Play days

November 23

Return home

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