I always enjoy the opportunity to doa remote storytelling presentation for Dean Shareski’s EMCP 355 class, I think I have done one for the last few years. Usually it is a blast through 50+ Web 2.0 Ways to tell a story; this time Dean asked to do also some overview of ds106. I also wanted to include some more on why storytelling matters across te disciplines…
And I committed the sin I often cast at others of doing too much talking, in fact all talking, in an online session, in my zeal to dole out a lot of resources and ideas.
I really should have demo-ed more, and had the participants do more; I told them about 5 Card Flickr Stories and pechaflickr when I should have had them DO it. Or let them explore the ds106 assignment bank and engage in conversation about how to use it.
There will be an archive, I can hardly recommend sitting through it. I would not.
Please just allow me to do my own self-flagellation, I am not seeking pats on the back, this is my own mental note and challenge to myself to bring more DOING to webinars than yakking.