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WiAOC 2005: Webheads in Action Online Convergence "Bridges across Cyberspace"

Convergence Replay | Enter the Moodle here
How did people enjoy the conference? See our survey results

Read reports on the event:

Daily Schedule: Friday and Saturday, November 18 - 19, 2005
and Convergence rap-up Sunday November 20

Schedule with abstracts: http://users.prof2000.pt/wia/oc/schedule.asp
Your time in GMT from Worldclock
Social Networking: WiACoP Room at http://www.tappedin.org for back channel discussion


Presenters: Help with presentations at Presenters Assistance Moodle; more information here
HelpDesk: Reception at http://www.tappedin.org for LIVE online help during the convergence | FAQs: http://help.waaoc.org | Help with Learning Times | Help with Alado | Help with Worldbridges | Help with Tapped In | Help with Moodle | Help with Java

Who's Who at WiAOC 2005? Put YOUR face on the map at http://www.frappr.com/wiaoc2005

All participants: Registration is open now via our Moodle:

This is a free conference. You may participate by following links here and you can enter the Moodle as a guest. Visitors are welcome. However you'll gain greater benefit from the conference by registering, uploading a picture to your profile, meeting the others whose profiles are there, and participating in the forums.

Invited speakers http://tinyurl.com/dwe38in order of appearance
Curtis Bonk #1 / David Nunan / Curtis Bonk#2 / Joy Egbert / Dave Sperling / Randall Davis

Our Partners:
Learning Times


Tapped In



Opensource for Educators
The Convergence Moodle


About Webheads

Webheads are a community of practice of language teachers and learners and others interested in professional uses of computer mediated communications, who collaborate extensively due to group cohesiveness developed through several years of working together, in rare cases face to face, but mostly online. For more information see: http://www.webheads.info. See a further description in our original announcement.


Presenters are encouraged to submit papers to the proceeds. First drafts should be submitted by the end of December.

Alternatively, presenters can avail themselves of a publishing opportunity, from Jarek Krajka,
Editor-in-Chief, Teaching English with Technology: http://www.iatefl.org.pl/call/callnl.htm
The editorial team of Teaching English with Technology, a journal for teachers of English (available at http://www.iatefl.org.pl/call/callnl.htm), would like to express the support for the enterprise by devoting a special issue of the Journal to publishing the proceedings.

Mirror sites (for those who cannot access Geocities locations - the Geocities site is paid for; the others are donated space):

Tasks and Teams
We are grateful for the assistance of all Webheads and particularly those mentioned here: Please follow this link to the archive page at http://credits.wiaoc.org | http://tinyurl.com/ad4bk brings you here.

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