Sunday, June 18, 2006

Your feedback is needed !!!

The Flashmeeting Trial has been open for a few months now. This Blog was originally set up only for members of the eTwinning webam video conferencing trial. However only one member has used the Blog and so I have decided to make the Blog 'open access' (no need to register) in the hope that you will now post up comments on your use of Flashmeeting.
If anyone outside this trial wants to try out this web vc tool then have a look at the flashmeeting site then post a request and I will set you up with an account.


Sunday, April 02, 2006

Adding comments to this Blog

Participants of this vc trial will have received an e mail inviting them to be members of this Blog.

Anyone can view the eTwinning Flashmeeting Blog by using the Blog url.
But to post comments members will need to register with 'Blogger'

Follow the instructions on the invitation e mail. To register with Blogger you will be asked to choose a member name and a password. You will need this to add any comments to the postings on the eTwinning Flashmeeting Blog.

Your comments on the use of Flashmeeting in this trial are very important so please make the effort to visit the Blog regularly and post your views.

Monday, March 27, 2006

eTwinning Flashmeeting VC pilot

The Pilot using 'Flashmeeting' as a Video Conference tool for eTwinning Activities will run from
April until July 2006.

By joining this pilot you make a committment to:
1. use the tool within an eTwinning Project
2. Keep a diary record of each flashmeeting
3. contribute to this vc trial Blog at
4. Provide some simple feedback at the end of the pilot.

Monday, March 20, 2006

using the Flashmeeting video conferencing tool

Welcome to the eTwinning Flashmeeting video conferencing Blog.

This blog has been set up for the eTwinning Community of schools who are trialling the use of the Flashmeeting video conferencing tool. This blog can be used to share good practice or to help resolve any issues that may arise during the trial.

ABOVE ALL HAVE FUN using this tool.
John Warwick (eTwinning Teacher Ambassador UK)