What a wonderful world! That reminds me of an old song. Let’s just stop for a minute and listen to Louis tell us about it:
Yes, it is wonderful, my friends. For a myriad of reasons, not the least of which is the growth we have achieved because of this Web 2.0 course. This course has given me a new respect for the Internet as an unlimited resource for educators. This course has fueled my enthusiasm for all things technological. Above all, this course has taught me to be bold and creative in the area of technology as I enter this new school year as a teacher of American Literature.
I feel as though it's the last night of summer camp. Tomorrow I will travel home with my parents and leave behind all my new friends. But I won't forget you and knowing that we can stay in touch via the vast Internet, eases my heavy heart a bit. "Be well, do good work, and keep in touch," as Garrison Keeler would say.
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