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Is there anyone here who is on Google Wave? (I'm

I have found much information about Google Wave, but haven't had the opportunity to do much "waving" myself. I'm also unsure how this could be used in the school library.

P.S. Sorry I don't have any Google Invites (if I do, I'll let you know).

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I just joined yesterday ...

I have 8 invites left....

Right now, I picture it like a google .docs situation - live & in real time. I'll keep follow this discussion, and post as its usefulness blooms...
p.s. I just found this in my Google Reader ... a Google Waves Cheat Sheet...
I also found this...
And another? ... Google Wave better than Twitter?
Thanks so much!
Still trying to figure it out. I'm at

Arlen, thanks for the resources!
I just signed up. overdolibrarian at gmail dot com. Do we want to start a wave and play around with it together? We could share and explore ideas for using it in the slmc setting.
Ooops. Looks like I am now :-)
Renee, Gretchen, and Sherri: Check your Wave account. I tried what Renee suggested. Did it work?
Got it! Thanks!
Although I've had a rather slow start exploring Google Wave, I am definitely interested. I'm not sure what to do with it either. That said, I imagine school libraries can join or initiate waves for our students/teachers that foster collaborations, especially interdisciplinary "discussions". Among library media specialist colleagues, we can wave about our experiences with web 2.0 -- things we like, successes, challenges, getting our teachers on board, etc.

Please add me to your contact list:

Hi Everyone! I am on googlewave and would love to have colleagues to collaborate with! I am: Hope to catch you all soon!

Still trying to figure out how to find wave groups to join. I will search for a slmc wave. If I don't find one I will create one! GoogleWave crashed, so now not sure if you are viewing the wave I created with all of us, plus a couple of colleagues. Titled it SLMC.

PS I did have invites, but I have shared them all. Happy to post here if I receive additional invites and anyone is interested!


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