Some sketch instructions for attending remotely can be found here: https://indieweb.org/IndieWebCamps/Attendance
Perhaps we might try an intro remote session later this week to walk through everything in about 30 minutes to get people set up?
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Looks interesting, but I’m not sure what they’re really building this on. One would expect it to have the most open web standards around though, wouldn’t one?
I’m number 6427 on their waitlist to see what it looks like.
I’m planning on proposing an OER or other book related session at the upcoming IndieWebCamp New Haven next weekend. If you’re interested or want to propose other ideas for #DoOO or #EdTech, I hope you’ll join us either in-person or remotely.
Not sure what to expect at a camp? Here are some additional details for both in-person and remote attendance.
A while back I answered a question on Quora: Can people actually keep up with note-taking in Mathematics lectures with LaTeX . There, I explained…
This is awesome though I’ve also heard of cases in which students use shared Google docs to collaboratively take notes like this as well.