“Add-on” Value to Firefox – Webinar

Our recorded Edublogs Webinar a couple of days ago was presented by guest presenter Shelly Terrell (Shelly is @ShellTerrell on Twitter). She is well known as an active educational collaborator and social media user, she uses a variety of Firefox Add-ons to help her manage the huge amount of information that crosses her screen every day.

This was a fantastic session! Shelly kept us engaged throughout with a range of interactions including this one early in the session when she was finding out about our “browsing” background knowledge and asked us to name some browsers from their icons.


There was a lot of discussion in text chat throughout (sharing information about browsers and favourite add-ons) as well as the activities and Shelly’s answers to numerous questions. Shelly shared her desktop to demonstrate installing an add-on and we also had a desktop share from one of our participants using a different browser. All of this made for a very lively session. You really need to catch the recording for the ful flavour as just writing a post about it is very one-dimensional in comparison the multi-dimensional feel of the session.

SerendipitybsmallOur next Webinar is an Edublogs Serendipity – unconference session so bring along your hot topics and burning issues and throw them into the melting pot for the poll to choose our topic in the first ten minutes.

Join us on Thursday February 4th at 23:00 GMT (6pm USA EST, Midnight CET) or Friday February 5th at 7am West Aus, 10am NSW, depending on your timezone – in the usual Elluminate room.