We Are @vconnecting at #OpenEd15

We are virtually connecting at the Open Education Conference #OpenEd15 held in Vancouver, Canada Nov 18-20. We have a wonderful team of onsite buddies and will be meeting 4 times (so far) with onsite presenters and participants. The conference will livestream sessions at this link:
http://openedconference.org/2015/keynote-video/

We at virtually connecting will offer people who cannot attend the conference an opportunity to talk to presenters in between the actual conference sessions, by joining Google hangouts with them. Here is the schedule we have so far (with possible additions of organizers Clint Lalonde and David Wiley, as well as Valerie Irvine and Jamison Miller).

To participate virtually please post a comment below or tweet us @vconnecting saying which session you would like to join.

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Confirmed Schedule below is in Pacific Time (convert to your timezone here)

Wed Nov 18 at 4pm
We will meet Brian Lamb and Alan Levine (via onsite buddy Robin DeRosa). Brian and Alan are presenting at #OpenEd15 on SPLOTS. Jamison Miller will join onsite and offer audience perspective on their talk.

Watch it live here:

Thurs Nov 19 at 11.30
We will meet keynote speakers Mike Feldstein and Phil Hill (via onsite buddy Alan Levine). Their keynote is entitled “Openness and the Future of Post-Secondary Education

Watch it live here:

Friday Nov 20 at 9.45
We will meet keynote speakers Mary Burgess and David Porter (via onsite buddy Martin Weller). Their keynote is entitled “Supporting Open Textbook Adoption in British Columbia

Watch it live here:

Friday Nov 20 at 12.30
We will meet Viv Rolfe and Jen Ross (coming all the way from the UK) and possibly Amy Collier (via onsite buddy Mandy Honeyman). Viv Rolfe is presenting at #OpenEd15 on sustainability vs vulnerability in open education.
Jen Ross and Amy are presenting at #OpenEd15 on Not-yetness.

Watch here when it’s live:

To participate virtually please post a comment below or tweet us @vconnecting saying which session you would like to join. There is space for about 7 participants in each hangout.

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