On Tuesday, December 9th, Keith Kyker, author of Teaching Digital Photography: The Ultimate Guide to ‘Tween and Teen Learning presented a free webinar as part of the popular LMC @ THE FOREFRONT series.
The webinar, titled Teaching Digital Photography: Seven Essential Elements for Instructional Success featured several ideas from Keith’s new digital photography curriculum guide.
You can watch a recording of the webinar online at the following link: Teaching Digital Photography: Seven Essential Elements for Instructional Success. (When you get to the web-site, click “>>>VIEW THE WEBINAR RECORDING.”) You will need to enter your name and your e-mail address to proceed, but that’s it!
“What a great opportunity to share my enthusiasm for teaching digital photography!” said Keith after the webinar. “Over 120 participants logged-on and stayed for the entire hour. We had some great questions and feedback.”
Keith would like to thank the edWeb.net team and everyone at LMC@the Forefront for making the webinar possible. “This was my first webinar as an instructor, and the edWeb.net people were friendly and fantastic. They guided me through the process, and allowed me to focus on the message, which is what the presenter really wants.”
Keith would also like to thank Gail Dickinson who acted as the moderator of the webinar.
Note: as noted in the chat log, the Teaching Digital Photography web-site was “down” during the webinar. This was an unfortunate coincidence. The next day, I got an e-mail from my hosting service – a national company that would be very familiar to you. The e-mail said, in part…
“We sincerely apologize for this inconvenience. At the moment, we are experiencing a Denial of Service attack on our network, which is causing your site/s to be offline. Our engineers have identified the problem and are working to resolve it as quickly as possible.”
Have you ever heard of a Denial of Service attack? I hadn’t (but I have now.) Here’s a link: Denial-of-service attack (Wikipedia.)
Learn something new every day.