Tuesday, 2 October 2007

Welcome to the RTD Blog

This blog will be used to help disseminate information (via posts) to RTD members and to collect feedback (via comments and polls) from RTD members. Please put any suggestions for the type of content or links you would like to see included here in the comments and we'll do our best to oblige.

2 comments:

Marcus Childress said...

It's good to see an RTD blog. It's now one of my RSS feeds. Thanks for setting it up!

L.C. Crystal Huang said...

Thanks for setting up an RTD blog.
I am a new member to our RTD community, and am curious and learning the design and interface among different sites in AECT.

I am also joining a couple of other divisions and try to seek some connections.

So far I have visited 2 sites and see the different nature and emphasis of each division that I am interested in exploring.

The Teacher Education division's site looks different based on the mission statement??
The playground areas (social networking areas) with tags, links and resources that I need to explore more:

• Home
About
Officers
Join TED
Get User Account
Service Opportunities
Awards
Resources
Bookmarks
connecTED
Convention Archive
TED By-Laws
AECT
AECT Divisions
Want Something Posted?
Legal Disclaimers
Login

o 2.0
o Accreditation
o AECT
o aectted2005
o aectted2006
o aectted2007
o Archive
o Awards
o Blogs/Wikis
o Bookmarks
o connecTED
o Convention
o Copyright
o Curriculum
o del.icio.us
o Education
o facebook
o flickr
o Funding
o Future Minds
o Games
o Getting to Know…
o Images/Photos
o Instructional Design
o Job Announcements
o K-12
o Leadership
o Legislation
o Listserv
o Meeting Notes
o Membership
o Mini-Program
o NCATE
o NCLB
o Newsletter
o OLPC
o Podcast/Audio
o Publication(s)
o Research
o Research Symposium
o Resources
o RSS
o Second Life
o Service
o Social/Networking
o Special Education
o Spotlight
o Standards
o Strategic Planning
o TEAC
o Teacher Education
o Technology Integration
o TED
o TED Live!
o The Playground
o Uncategorized
o Video/Vidcast
o WAG
o White Paper
o YouTube

I am trying to log on the other division as well to see the similarity and differences.

I appreciate the site masters' efforts to set up these social networking areas for members ( I am still too new to contribute!) to learn, to know, to explore, and to connect!
Thanks again. Crystal