Edublogs Serendipity webinar overview – Find e-learning work!


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In this recorded session we talked about some of the possiblities for finding work in the online/e-learning field.

The Session

We started the session by sharing our thoughts about our own dream e-learning role.


The rest of the session was spent sharing and discussing (through whiteboard, text chat and audio) our ideas about finding work in the e-learning field. This was an interesting and productive discussion with many possibilites shared.


This session was particularly interesting in the different perspectives we had on the possibilities for work in e-learning. I took away an increased awareness that often we might need to create our own job and then “sell” it to someone!

Our Next Session

FineFocusSmallOur next Webinar is an Edublogs “Fine Focus” session.  This week’s session  “Digital safety and YOUR students?” will be focussed around sharing and discussing resources that you use to highlight issues of digital safety with your students. Bring along resources you use and find out about those others use.  Join us on Thursday Feb 24th at 23:00 GMT/UTC (6pm USA EST, Midnight CET) or Friday Feb 25th at 7am West Aus, 10am NSW, depending on your timezone – in the usual Elluminate room

In the Future

If you are a regular visitor to our webinars you will know that we alternate “Fine Focus” sessions on specific topics with “Serendipity” the unconference sessions where we choose a topic by poll at the start of the session. Sometimes the very fact of being asked for “hot topics” or other ideas for discussion or learning tends to make our minds blank. This has prompted me to start a Serendipity Wallwisher for topic suggestions. Please visit the wall and add your ideas for Serendipity topics so that we have more choices to consider. Some of these ideas might also form the basis for future “Fine Focus” sessions.