I think that’s a good idea. I’ll probably be using the listserv to get ready for National Book Festival since it’ll be my first time coordinating for my state. Any advise is much appreciated!
I'm so glad you were part of the conversation, Andrea.
I don't want to lose our momentum but with summer approaching and then the National Book Festival...what do people think about Webinar #2 taking place the first week of October?
On Tue, Jun 18, 2013 at 6:48 AM, Andrea Lewis <[log in to unmask]> wrote:
Thanks Sharon and Mary for coordinating. And no apologies about webinar functionality necessary! I’m confident we’ll all get the rhythm of this as we continue holding these sessions.
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Subject: Today's Webinar ... first follow up
Hi, All ...
You were very patient while we worked out kinks today on our first webinar ... if we do it again we'll manage the functions more smoothly!
I am attaching several things:
1. The registration list for the webinar (not the attendee list)
2. A PDF of the copy-edited screens we created during the meeting (no "You Tude" here!)
I have uploaded the recorded session to Vimeo ... the link should work by tomorrow a.m.
I have also shared the recording in Dropbox ... which will be a higher quality recording ... watchable with Windows Media Player:
It's a working session, for sure, and not a polished presentation, but there is some good info and perhaps a lot of fuel for our collective fires ...
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