Okay, this is a meta-post: it is post number 30 in my series of 30 InstructureCon blog posts. Whoo-hoo! I've been tagged them as #InstCon30, but they are out of order there now that I updated all my posts that made reference to sessions with video, so to wrap things up for this post, I've made a quick list of all 30 posts below.
And I'll close with one last HUGE THANK YOU to everybody who made it possible for me to attend InstructureCon this year. I had such a great time and I learned so much. Plus you know I will be very much involved next year as a remote participant, eager to keep on learning. 🙂
All this goodness in one spot. Wicked.
Thanks so much for all of the detail, including the very real feel of being at the conference.
Being able to attend remotely was fabulous and these extra pearls have helped to put it all together. Many thanks laurakgibbs!
I am glad if it can be useful, firstname.lastname@example.org! And of course there was so much more: it was a seriously intense experience! But it helped a lot to write about things afterwards, revisiting my notes and thinking about things. It really was just like being a student in school again, ha ha... but no final exam, yay!!!!! 🙂
Wow, your consistency while writing these posts is commendable! I wish I could blog that regularly but I my internal editor and fear of judgement always gets the better of me. Any advice to curtail this laurakgibbs?
Ha ha, fire your internal editor, waaaseee!
But seriously, for me the value is in JUST WRITING. It's not great writing, but that's not what it's for.
It's kind of like the difference between casual conversation and giving a formal speech.
I consider blogging here to be just casual conversation... and even better, because it sticks around and you can go back and reference it later. 🙂
I would fire my internal editor, but I've seen instances where people have fired theirs and it's not a pretty sight lol but I get your point...writing has been very therapeutic for me but most of the time I don't publish it...and oh I'm MIA from your course but expect me to binge on it this week!
We've been having fun! I don't know if you would be able to catch up in a way that synchs up with the other students for this round: the projects are already taking shape, which is so cool. A couple of the project portfolios are even up and running, whoo-hoo! 🙂