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ePals 101 Webinars: Global Collaboration and SchoolMail

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ePals 101 Webinars: Global Collaboration and SchoolMail

Time: April 2, 2012 at 4:15pm to June 29, 2012 at 5:15pm
Location: http://epals.webex.com
Website or Map: http://www.epals.com
Event Type: webinar
Organized By: Dr. Rita Oates
Latest Activity: May 16, 2012

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Come to a one-hour free webinar to learn how to join the ePals Global Community and find partners for your classroom or students. Also, sign up your students for safe and protected ePals SchoolMail, featuring TRUSTe certification of child privacy. SchoolMail365 is 100% erateable. It was chosen by NYC Dept. of Ed. to be used by all NYC teachers, students and parents, with translation to 58 languages.


Use these tools with your K12 students and add authentic communication to learning.

Also see the free teacher and student forums, projects created by ePals and by ePals members. See ePals Pages contributed by the Smithsonian Institution, Common Sense Media, SnagFilms, IRA, Microsoft Partners in Learning, and others, all free.

View student work in the ePals Student Media Gallery: http://bit.ly/StMedia Items here are viewed by 27 million individuals monthly and vetted before posting for K12 appropriate content.

Join the largest and fastest growing global community of K12 learners, with 700,000 classrooms in 200 countries!

RSVP at http://epals.101.sgizmo.com or email me roates at corp.epals.com with your suggested date/time.

If you want to learn on your own, go to: http://bit.ly/learnePals

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Comment by Rita Oates on December 8, 2011 at 2:15pm

On the appointed date and time (listed in Eastern time):

Go to:

https://epals.webex.com

Look for ePals101 webinar.

The Meeting Password: learning

You do not need a telephone, just a computer headset to listen and speak during this webinar. Or use sound from your computer and type in the chat window.

Comment by Rita Oates on April 3, 2011 at 7:07am

I will post the login information and password here the morning of the webinar.

Please try to sign in 5-10 minutes early so your computer can run through a systems check and you can adjust the sound on your computer. If you sign up in advance at http://epals.101.sgizmo.com I will send the information to your email address.

Some of these sessions are VOIP, meaning you do NOT need a separate phone line, but you will need a computer headset to be able to hear, or your computer speakers.

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