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This Week at TAPPED IN (9/20/99)

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Berquist (berquist)
Fri, 17 Sep 1999 17:34:27 -0400

After School Online Schedule for TAPPED IN ( If
you have questions, please contact BJ Berquist (berquist)

Tuesday, September 21

* New to TAPPED IN? Come learn how to do cool things!
2:30-3:30 p.m. PDT/5:30-6:30 p.m. EDT

Join veteran HelpDesk volunteer BJ Berquist and learn how to:
- Get your own TAPPED IN office
- Make & use notes or a recorder, project Web pages
- Page someone, emote remotely,
- Use your TAPPED IN answering machine
- Use AUDIT to find out what objects you own
- Create your own teleport commands
- Learn how to work with notes and other objects
Or bring any other burning questions you might have to BJB!

* Digital Imaging and Visualization Discussion Group
7:00- 8:00 p.m. PDT/ 10-11 p.m. EDT
Join Carol Gilmer and others for the kick-off meeting of the DIV
Discussion Group. We welcome all teachers who are involved with
learning Digital Imaging to join. It seems to be a living breathing
entity that will continue to grow, adjust, and modify to suit the
participants. At this time it will focus on VistaPro, DataSlate,
ScionImage, and other software. E-mail ideas, gentle hints, and
questions to me: Carole Gilmer <CGilmer >.
Wednesday, September 22

* High School Science Education Discussion Group
5:00-6:00 p.m. PDT/8-9 p.m. EDT
Why are we doing this? Because you love science! You love teaching
science!! You want to share that enthusiasm with colleagues teaching
all over the world!!! Join us for ANY reason that works for you. Many
high school science teachers feel isolated from others who teach their
discipline, except for rare opportunities to attend regional or national

meetings. Where? PaulDB's virtual office W609. Just "join PaulDB" or
contact paul.boyer with questions. See for more

* The Wonderful World of WebQuests
5:00-6:00 p.m. PDT/8-9 p.m. EDT
Let's talk about inquiry-oriented activity and the Internet. In this
session, we will talk about the benefits of using WebQuests, look at
examples, discuss assessment rubrics, and point you to lots of great
WebQuest resources online. Join Bernie and June Dodge -- Bernie is the
creator of WebQuests and June teaches online courses about WebQuests.
Thursday, September 23

* Bringing Students into TAPPED IN
5:00-6:00 p.m. PDT/8-9 p.m. EDT
Michael Hutchinson, Linda Ullah and Chuck Merritt, among others, will
discuss how they have used TAPPED IN with their students. They will
cover project ideas, tips for execution as well as TAPPED IN procedures
for getting student accounts.