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Wednesday, December 07, 2005

The OCDE Ed Tech News Feed Now Has Comments!

Woo hoo! Our intern, UCI Computer Science (and Film Studies) student Scott Harris, has added a comment feature to the web site and news feed he created for us several months ago.

I am amazed and proud to announce that our administrator, Sandra Lapham, was happy to move forward allowing annonymous comments on the site. Apparently Scott got them up and running last night. I'm excited that our site can now facilitate two way communication between our department and our visitors (and between visitors), and so serve as a better model of the read/write web in education.

So, I am trusting our visitors from Orange County and elsewhere will be generous with constructive feedback and tactful with any criticisms. Though I know a "teachable moment" may be in my future, I am hopeful about this.

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