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At 11:55pm on October 28, 2011, Lucy Gray said…

Pheo ....


I just remembered something. Steve last year gave out "awards" at the end and I can't remember if they were geared towards participants or volunteers.  I don't remember exact examples, but things like "Person Who Stayed Awake the Longest", "Person Who Served as a One Person Welcoming Committee", etc. I'm wondering if we could do the same this year and maybe the leadership team could brainstorm categories. I'd offer "Person Who Has the Most Creative Persona Page", "Person Who Has The Most Interesting Profile Picuture", "Most Creative Use of Blackboard Collaborate',  etc.. if you get my drift. 

Remind me to talk about this at our next meeting!




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