Second Life in Education!

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We had a great webinar this morning. A special thanks to Karl Kapp for the presentation and the tour of his Second Life island. There is so much that can be done! There were several great discussions going on about convincing your administration to allowing teachers to use Second Life as well as how to […]

Manufacturing is COOL!

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Reading Karl Kapp’s blog the other day, he had a great post on Changing Attitudes on Manufacturing Jobs. This is something that I have written about before how the preception of manufacturing jobs is so last century. People have images of manufacturing jobs from the 1920s-1940s. For the most part, this is not the case. […]

Second Life with Karl Kapp

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Karl Kapp will be discussing Second Life in Education this March 28 in the next NetWorks webinar. Karl Kapp is a professor of Instructional Technology at Bloomsburg University in Bloomsburg, PA. He has been studying and writing about the best ways to teach Generation Y, also known as the Gamer generation. His book, Gadgets, Games […]

High Paying Employment Opportunity

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When you think of manufacturing jobs, what do you think of? If you are in the high tech fields, you think of robotics, high skill, and high paying jobs. What do most people think? Low tech, low skill, low paying jobs. CBS News, on 3/11/08, ran a story about how untrue this is. There are […]

Program Recruitment = Customer Service

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NetWorks had a very successful webinar last Friday on Technical Program Recruitment: Ten Tips to Thinking Outside the Box. The webinar had over 100 registrants, and close to everyone showed up. Some program chairs made it a department meeting so I am sure there were more people than we knew about. One of the constant […]

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