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Lisa St. Louis
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  • Appleton
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MADLAT in Manitoba

Started Feb 14, 2008

a conference in Venice in 2008
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Started this discussion. Last reply by Lisa St. Louis Nov 12, 2007.

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"Hi Lisa! I am trying to acces the Robert Welch website to see the list of courses being offered, but have been unsuccessful using the links that I have found so far. How do I access this info? Thanks!! Tammy Smith"
Jun 7, 2009

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At 6:48am on July 2, 2007, Andrew Reinhard said…
Hi Lisa! I hope Rob Latousek was able to find you before your session to let you know that a) I had to stay and pack up the Bolchazy-Carducci booth and thus could not attend, and b) that it was possible to hook into the network via private laptop in Buttrick 101 to visit Second Life in real-time. I hope your session went well -- could you post a blog entry on it sometime this week once you've recovered from the Nashville humidity?
At 12:05am on November 13, 2007, Laura Gibbs said…
hi Lisa! it is nice to be in touch with you - I've visited the Robert Welch website and the list of courses you are offering is so exciting! I have been teaching fully online courses for five years now at the University of Oklahoma and would never go back to the classroom - at least for me, teaching online has been the way to achieve my own goals as a teacher in ways I could never manage in the classroom. I wish you folks all the best, and I hope we can use the great Ning here that Andrew has created to share ideas about online teaching and the Classics. I'd give anything to be teaching Latin or Greek here at OU, but unfortunately they are not interested in having me do that - but I teach mythology, which is also a real pleasure! All my online courses can be found via mythfolklore.net. EXCELSIOR!
At 10:38am on June 7, 2009, Tamara Smith said…
Hi Lisa! I am trying to acces the Robert Welch website to see the list of courses being offered, but have been unsuccessful using the links that I have found so far. How do I access this info?
Thanks!! Tammy Smith

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