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Jennifer Oxenford - CILC and MAGPI:
Collaboration and Multimedia Services

Jennifer Oxenford
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Title: CILC and MAGPI: Collaboration and Multimedia Services
Presenters: Jennifer Oxenford, John Fafalios and Michael Knight of MAGPI and Tonia Carriger of CILC
Date: October 9, 2012

Session Overview:
Are you looking to expand collaborations within and outside of your district? Are you looking for good, solid multimedia services that let you fully support your district? Join CILC and MAGPI in this one hour webinar to learn more about the new CILC/MAGPI partnership services.

Jennifer Oxenford, John Fafalios and Michael Knight of MAGPI all join facilitator Tonia Carriger of CILC to explore the newly designed Collaboration Package and the Multimedia Services Package that combine the expertise and support of these two well-respected organizations to support educators and students world wide.

Jennifer Oxenford is Manager of Member Relations and Communications at MAGPI, the regional research and education network and applications/multimedia services provider located at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia. She is responsible for engaging MAGPI members in meaningful collaborations that utilize advanced networking and handles MAGPI's online, print and social media communications. Jennifer is a member of the Internet2 K20 Advisory Board and was also the Co-Chair of the Internet2 Teaching & Learning Special Interest Group, and the Internet2 Commons Management Team. Jennifer currently serves on the management teams for both Megaconference Sr. and Jr. and works with several MAGPI member K20 organizations on developing international collaborations and programs.

John and Michael are the MAGPI technical specialists team with multiple years of experience and expertise. They not only train and support members with their multi-layered services but they walk users through the maze of questions and technicalities that often make us stumble in this ever-changing world of technology.

Tonia Carriger, the Director of Professional Development Services at the Center for Interactive Learning and Collaboration has worked at integrating collaborative technologies for the past 12 years and enjoys bringing new technology opportunities to CILC members. This webinar is a perfect example of an opportunity that spans the the curricular and technological ends of the spectrum!