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Camille,

I really appreciate you responding to my question about tags.  I suspect I mis-communicated, and/or got my wires crossed somewhere.  I meant to thank you for creating the category “Technology” so that we can sort all our posts by our group.  Having been through several permutations of what to call us, I am liking the Technology Team- almost as if we are a CIG, and I thought that was where your head was going when I noticed the Technology category appear.

In many ways we are conducting an inquiry; posing and answers questions that are problematic to our particular practice, which is of course supporting those awesome Arts Educator 2.0 groups with technology.

Seems fitting then that we have a category to identify our group, and make it really easy for anyone who wants to see our tech talk tips to find them.

If you are out there listening and you missed a tech talk chat and would like to see what we have been yakking about, just click on “Technology” in the list of categories.  You can find the list on the left of the blog right under the names of the bloggers.

And thanks to you, I now know to tag my post “tech talk”.     That means that anyone who goes to the Technology category can also figure out what we are yakking about pretty quickly.  And yep, I know I can add another tag if I want to, and it doesn’t have to be on a list anywhere.  So if my tech talk is about …hmmm… tags for example.. I can put “tags” in as a tag and Voila!  Now anyone looking up Technology and Tags can jump right here.

BTW Brian Nicholson did a great rundown on the whole tag system here.

This system quickly helps anyone reading the blog find things.   So categories and tags help you quickly find:

What’s shakin with Inquiring  heARTS?

How are the Balancing Act’s plans for the final presentation going?

Any new tech resources from the Independents?

What has M & D been up to lately?

Or maybe….

Did anyone read what I read for the Reading 1 assignment? (sort by reading 1)

What is Create, Perform, Respond and why was it a Reading 2 possibility? (sort by reading 2) 

Did anyone other than me feel confused about their inquiry in the first few weeks? (sort by Inquiry 1)

How is inquiry playing out in the classrooms now that we are pretty far along in the year? (sort by Inquiry 2)

Nifty Keeno!

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Camille,

I blogged today about RSS feed and how it made my life Really Simpler… Then I looked at the post and immediately had to get to my Dashboard and “Edit”  because I forgot to use categories and tags.

So, first off, my bad!!

Secondly- thanks loads for setting up the Technology category.  Now I can easily keep track of our blog conversations and scope out the latest links you share.

Thirdly – did I tag it correctly?  Can you check?  What was your vision for tags to help us sort information?

Cory, perhaps we can provide some tech support here?

I have been thinking about the participant’s process of including categories and tags in their posts. Perhaps it would be helpful for us to share some more specifics about this process?

We as a team need to be tagging our posts.  We can title our post as anything we want, but should tag the post for easy look up.  Here is a list that we will be using for the futute.  Please use these tags in accordance to what your posts are. 

1.  First required reading =             reading 1

2. Second required reading=         reading 2

3.  Post for 12/18=                           group inquiry 1

4.  post for 4/12=                             group inquiry 2

5. Post for 5/17=                               group inquiry 3

6.  also have 2 posts for our cig meetings   =       cig meeting 1 and cig meeting 2

You are able to add multiple tags to any post.  So feel free to tag it with any other information that may be needed.  For example, if you use an iPad you can tag iPad as well. 

Please make sure you are up to date on the times and dates these posts need to be completed.  Hope you all have a great holiday and happy new year.  Be safe.

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