IOC goes 3D - Call for proposals

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IOC goes 3D - Call for proposals

John Walber

Sorry for the cross-posting, but this is open to all.


Presentation proposals are now being accepted for the 6th Annual Illinois Online Conference for Teaching and Learning.  This year, there is a special category for “Activities in 3D Virtual Worlds.”   The conference committee hopes to hold several of the 90+ live online sessions in virtual worlds, and attract a great keynoter in this field. (suggestions welcome, write to [hidden email] with your ideas)


For more information about IOC 2008, go to our website at  <Click to view Flash presentation.>


Submissions will be accepted through December 5, 2007. The conference will be held February 13-15, 2008.  Please submit your proposal here:


This conference is held entirely on the Internet using: live virtual classrooms, recorded presentations, email, web poster sessions, synchronous chats, discussion areas, and other Internet technologies. IOC was created to focus on issues and concerns of K-20 classroom faculty and related technology support, learning resources, student services, and workforce development professionals.


IOC 2008 takes place in a LearningTimes Online Conference Community - an online environment in which groups of participants, both small and large, gather electronically to learn, collaborate and network.  Not sure how an online conference works? Want to experience the conference community before registering? Highlights from last year's conference are available at:    




John Walber, CSTP


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