Wednesday, October 27, 2010

Happy World OT Day 2010

Today I have been given the status of honorary occupational therapist as I help out with the facilitation of the World Occupational Therapy Day Virtual Exchange. This is a 24 hour virtual conference (inspired by the Virtual International Day of the Midwife) which starts 14.00 hours today, New Zealand time.

I am giving a presentation at 16.00 hours New Zealand today about personal learning networks - what they are and why you need them.

It is well worth looking at the program because even if you are not an occupational therapist, there may be a session that will be of interest. The conference is free. All you need is access to the web conference program, Elluminate - here is information about how to use Elluminate.

Good luck to Merrolee Penman and her team and a big 'thank you' for organising this wonderful event.

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