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LIVE WEBINAR: Facilitating groups in edSpace

LIVE WEBINAR: Facilitating groups in edSpace, 22 November, 3.45pm - 4.45pm


So you want to create or build a community group in edSpace? That’s great news! You’ve got an audience in mind - mentees, colleagues, school or learning community (CoL) and you’d like to bring everyone together to share documents, plan events, discuss ideas, make decisions, share practice, progress, learn together and so much more all - in one secure group portal.  

Do you want to;

  • make this a useful, inviting, collaborative space for all involved?
  • best use the group tools maximise the potential for your community?
  • maintain the momentum for your network to thrive and grow together?

Join us: Webinar: Facilitating groups in edSpace, November 22,3.45-4.45pm: 

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This webinar will; highlight some key understandings around the purpose and potential for setting up and maintaining groups in edSpace, look at practical ways to invite new members, share some top tips for using the group tools and briefly look at some effective strategies for facilitating online.

Feel free to enrol in this webinar or simply turn-up @ 3.45pm, Wednesday 22nd November. This session will also be recorded for those who can't make it. For more information see Joining Zoom webinars.

Topic: LIVE WEBINAR: Facilitating groups in edSpace
Time: Nov 22, 2017 3:30 PM Auckland, Wellington

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Please feel free to contact your community facilitator, Tessa Gray prior to Nov 21, if you have any queries or want to start a group.

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