(reposted in full from Jokadia)
Only a few days till the fabulous Edublog Awards Ceremony kicks off on the Islands of jokaydia? so I hope youv?e got your virtual party outfits planned! Event details are as follows:
The event is scheduled for:
- GMT/UTC: 11pm, Saturday 20 Dec 2008
- AEST: 10am, Sunday 21 Dec 2008
- SLT: 3pm, Saturday 20 Dec 2008
PLEASE click here to visit TimeandDate.com to check your local time!
In Second Life
For those joining us at the awards ceremony on the Islands of jokaydia we will be meeting at the jokaydia Landing point (SLurl) for newbie support and pre-event hot chocolate. The ceremony will be held in our new auditorium (SLurl).
If you are new to Second Life, you can create your account and login to the event directly! Simply visit this SLurl and click on the signup button at the top right of your screen and follow the instructions.
Please note that there are limits on the number of visitors to a Second Life Island? so get your seat early! We will be providing an overflow area with chat bridge and audio streaming at the jokaydia Meeting Hall (SLurl) for those who dont get a seat but would still like to hang out inworld.
The fabulous team at EdTechTalk will be providing a web-based audio stream of the event. You?ll be able to access their broadcast by visiting: http://edtechtalk.com/live
I?m excited to announce that we?ve arranged for a chat bridge for the event – to allow our inworld participants to connect with web-based participants. This should make for a lively discussion and lots of fun? so do join us! You?ll be able to access the chat room here just prior to the event!
After Party – in Second Life
The residents of jokaydia have prepared some fun and games for visitors to enjoy and everyone is invited to join us for a post event beach party and celebration of yet another year of great blogging.
The party will commence just after the awards ceremony is completed. Meet at jokaydia Beach! (SLurl)
2008 Edublog Awards Nominees Display!
Dont forget to visit the 2008 Edublog awards Nominees Display which celebrate all 210 nominees and their achievements this year. The display is a permanent structure on the Islands of jokaydia and serves as a great resource for educators. You can visit the Edublog Awards Display at jokaydia (SLurl).
I’m going to grab me a warm three dimensional couch, a pint of real ale (the kind that pleases my gullet more than my eyes), then sleep through the winter solstice.
Wake me up in March when the real world awakens again.
This is too much.
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