There are a few possibilities. One is to work it into a seminar that is in the planning phase: Supporting and Advancing Online Dialogue. The Marginalia tool was developed through support from BCampus and Andrew Feenberg's Applied Communication and Technology Lab at SFU. Cindy Xin, along with other members of that project may be in a position to facilitate a seminar fairly soon. The focus would obviously be on online dialogue, and Corinne and Emma, you may have something broader in mind.
Another possibility is to set up a forum in KaleidoSCoPE. The idea for that space is to have ongoing conversations on anything that comes to mind.
A more focused and ongoing approach would be to set up a Special Interest Group (SIG). That space could be devoted sharing and discussing all kinds of tools that help us with communication, facilitation, productivity, collaboration, etc etc. It could be a neat way to experiment and share our views on the latest tools and trends.
Anything is possible! I'm all ears :-)
As an active explorer and user of Web 2.0 tools, it would be great to have a place to talk about their uses in adult education and to find out what others are doing with them.
We could make a SIG to discuss redesigning the homepage/site in general and include this as a subsection. (See my suggestion on redesigning site in Kaleidoscope).
Fully agree with both previous posters ... that JISC report that EA mentions is very good & an easy read!
I like the idea of a SIG or whatever, as Web2.0 is such a rapidly changing field - if there is a conference it would be good - for the fortnight that it runs, but, it's very likely that someone will launch a really good tool - the day afterwards!
So, I'm all for a SIG. In addition - it would be useful to have a section within that for "Handy SCoPE hints" - which would mean that I wouldn't have had to ask about the "Annotation Summary"