Transcripts for various After School Online (ASO) sessions and special events from 2003 through July 2010 are available below.
Transcripts after July 2010 will no longer be archived here. If you are a Tapped In member, refer to your transcript emails instead. When you visit Tapped In as a member, you receive email transcripts of all sessions (including ASOs) that you participate in.
Arts and Humanities. ArtsConnected, Learning from Lyrics
General Education. Classroom Assessment, e-Portfolios, K-3+ Resources, Targeting Librarians
Professional Development. Action Research, Online Teaching and Learning, Teacher's Learning Coach, Teaching Teachers Forum, Teachers in Training, WriteTalk
Math, Science, and Technology. C3, ISTE Int. Media Specialists, Math Resources K-20+, Math Transformers, Next Vista for Learning, Science Resources K-20+, Web 2.0 Tools
TI Mini Expos. Ti Mini Expos transcripts.
Special Events. DOE Grant Program for Math & Science
Special Needs. School Counselors, Special Education Forum
Social Sciences. Global Project Based Learning
TI2 Launch Festival 2003. Transcripts from the Festival on July, 16 2003.
Tapped In Festival 2004. Planning info and transcripts from the Festival on July 21, 2004.
Tapped In Festival 2005. Planning info and transcripts for the 2005 Festival on July 20, 2005.
Tapped In Festival 2006. Planning info and transcripts for the 2006 Festival on July 19, 2006.
Tapped In Festival 2007. Planning info and transcripts for the 2007 Festival on July 25, 2007.
Tapped In Festival 2008. Transcripts for the 2008 Festival on July 23-24, 2008.
TI Learning Hub. Transcripts for the 2009-2010 TI Learning Hub Series.
Use of the Transcripts
The transcripts posted here were captured from Public ASO sessions scheduled on the Tapped In event calendar, and are provided here primarily as reference resources for educators. Tapped In users agree, upon registration, to the terms in our code of professional conduct, which includes the following statement: "Public ASO sessions are routinely recorded, and transcripts are posted publicly." Note that all other conversations in Tapped In (i.e., those that do not take place in an ASO session) are assumed to be private to the people involved; they may not be posted publically (e.g., on a listserv or discussion board) without the prior consent of the participants.
We have been asked if the Public ASO transcripts can also be used for research purposes. SRI has no objection to researchers using the publicly accessible transcripts for analysis. We just request that you acknowledge Tapped In as the source of the transcripts in any publications by linking to the Tapped In website at tappedin.org and/or citing Schlager, Fusco, & Schank (2002), referenced below, which describes the ASO concept.
Schlager, M., Fusco, J. & Schank, P (2002). Evolution of an on-line education community of practice. In K. A. Renninger and W. Shumar (Eds.), Building virtual communities: Learning and change in cyberspace. NY: Cambridge University Press, 129-158.
This material is based upon work supported by the National Science Foundation under grants 9725528, 9616585, and 0106926. Any opinions, findings, and conclusions or recommendations expressed in this material are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily reflect the views of the National Science Foundation.