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The Australia e-Series is a group of online professional development webinars scheduled by a team of volunteers in Blackboard Collaborate.

There are now seven presenters who each run their own ‘show’ or series of sessions. Please visit Our Shows for details of our sessions. We are:

Coach Carole
Carole is a learning technologist and consultant working from home providing ementoring, instructional design, online facilitation and professional development workshops for elearning. Carole has several blogs for her current projects: Eliberation, Way2Go and #australiaseries; along with her personal Baranduda Blog. You can find Carole on Twitter @coachcarole2012 or on Skype coach.carole, Facebook and LearnLocal Network.

Carole is one of the co-founders of Australia e-Series, co-moderating the eT@lking sessions with Anne Mirtschin. We aim to provide useful and engaging webinars for educators across all disciplines and education sectors in Australia friendly time zones. Carole also schedules and moderates the EpCoP sessions for the Eportfolio Community of Practice a growing group of eportfolio enthusiasts.

Anne Mirtschin

Jess McCulloch
Jess is a Chinese language teacher who lives in Melbourne (and on the internet). She is currently juggling working with the Chinese Teacher Training Centre at The University of Melbourne (where one of her roles is to run the ICT PD program for Chinese teachers), working at Laurimar Primary School (where her job is to start up the Chinese program with Grades 3 and 4) and being Mum to Zoe. She has been using Web 2.0 and interactive technologies with students and teachers for the past four years and has no plans of stopping anytime soon. You can find Jess on Twitter @jessmcculloch or at her blog technoLanguages. As part of the Australia Series she runs the technoLanguages LIVE sessions, with the aim of initiating conversations about the use of ICT in the languages classroom as well as build professional networks for languages teachers within Australia and internationally.

Junita Lyon

Junita Lyon is a trainer and assessor in the ACE sector and is a sessional at Lakes Entrance Neighbourhood House LENH .   She is an ACFE  e-Champion and helps  build e-capability at the organisational level  across the Gippsland region of Victoria. Her involvement in e-learning has been ongoing and she has participated in a number of ACFE funded projects. Her Live workshop sessions will be aimed at developing ICT strategies and tools to help  build e-capability for  educators, coordinators, managers and students . Junita is a keen blogger and one of her passions is developing  Personal Learning  Networks and a series of cookery blogs . Budget Cookery Fun with food and Cooking for Kids.

Junita can be found at twitter@ Skype junita55

Jo Hart

Katt Matthews

7 Comments leave one →
  1. Alissa Martelli permalink
    May 7, 2011 3:06 pm

    Wondering if anyone can recommend a program for a task im creating. want to have students record commentary and place this over , for example footage form a video match. Would audacity be best. Also looking to not buy any programs
    Thanks
    Ali

    • annemirtschin permalink*
      May 7, 2011 9:06 pm

      Hi Alissa, audacity is a great free audio editing tool. I am always amazed to think that it is still offered for free. It has so many features for editing. There are many online tutorials to help with its use. Does anyone else have any suggestions?

  2. February 4, 2012 3:54 pm

    Time to take the xmas tree off the header perhaps!

    • annemirtschin permalink*
      February 16, 2012 8:00 pm

      Hi Liz, am in contact with people who can remove the tree from the header. However, won’t be long until Christmas again!

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