The title says it all. Our annual Teaching and Learning with Technology Symposium is upon us once again and it has turned most of the people I spend time with lives’ upside down. We do it to ourselves and wouldn’t have it any other way, but it is all I can think about. We’ll be up to our eyeballs in social computing themes come Saturday. If you are interested, head over and check out the Symposium site — a Drupal space that has become the hub to a ton of activity. There are blog posts, comments, podcasts, and all sorts of stuff going on over there. Take a peek and let me know what you think.
And speaking of hubs of activity, we are managing two good ones here at PSU — the ANGEL Community Hub and the Adobe Connect Community Hub. I think the whole community supporting community thing is the future of all this teaching and learning with technology thing. Stuff changes so fast, that getting smart people to help other people implement these technologies are so critical. At any rate, this is my bridge post to get me a much larger Symposium story thing I am working on. Stay tuned.