Getting More Involved: The PLN Exchange Project by CEM


Getting More Involved: The PLN Exchange Project by CEM

The PLN Exchange is a Connected Educators project that aims to make it easy for educators to find the right group of people and create an ideal PLN. Less connected educators hear all the time about the power of personal learning networks, but it can be tough for them to start one from scratch.

Connect Educators' Month - CEM aims to create a PLN Exchange that will include 'insta-networks'--Twitter lists for every educational role that less-connected educators can subscribe to as their first/starter PLN (here's an example)--along with a collection of related resources, and they need your help. 

CEM has created a Google Doc with a more detailed description of what they have in mind where we're hoping you'll add lists, resources, and any thoughts and feedback you have on the concept (you can also tell us if you want to be recognized as a contributor and sign up for updates)--thanks in advance for your thoughts!

http://bit.ly/pln_exchange_project

 

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