NET*Working 2004 online conference will have Wimba voice boards available as an extra option for those who might like to include a spoken discussion forum as part of their presentation. A voice board is the spoken equivalent to written text based threaded discussions.
If you would like to use a voice board as part of your presentation at NET*Working, you will need to download and install it on your computer.
How to Download and Install a Wimba Voice Board
A trial voice board
has been set up at http://tinyurl.com/5tdgp
Please visit the board
at http://tinyurl.com/5tdgp as
often you like and experiment with it. Closer to presentation time, if
you would like a voice board to complement your presentation you will
be given a new and separate board for your event.
Firewalls and IT Support
Wimba is reasonably good at getting through firewalls, but if you are barred from installing software on your computer you will need to get IT assistance to get the voice board installed.
(If you would like a letter of support outlining the fact that Wimba voice boards have been chosen for use in the premier event of the VET calendar year, and confirming that they are safe, secure, reputable, and used by many educational and training organizations around the world please contact Michael Coghlan - email@example.com)
If you have any questions about material on this page, or about designing events for NET*Working 2004 please contact Michael Coghlan - firstname.lastname@example.org or 0417 899 912
NET*Working 2004 Conference Site - http://flexiblelearning.net.au/nw2004/