I recently was able to attend my first ever American Classical League conference this past week in Las Vegas where I also was given the privilege of presenting on not only our work this past summer in the Rome In Situ workshop, but also on my work developing the Amicitia social network here on Romae.org.
If you are interested in learning more about the Rome In Situ pre institute presentation, feel free to head on over to the Amicitia group, Rome In Situ and find the materials we shared posted there. If you look under the Documents you will find the various resources and presentations we created. Glance over at the Forum to participate in any of the ongoing conversations we have as well.
As for my work with the Amicitia network here on Romae.org, you should head over to the Colloquia group on the Amicitia. There we have a general ongoing conversation for Romae, but I also have placed my presentation under the Documents section as a PDF for anyone to review. I have also created a series of discussion topics on the Forum to continue the conversation.
If you are interested in making use of the Amicitia for your own classes, definitely get in touch with me and I can help you out. Also check out the series, Using Amicitia, as I have created an ongoing series of posts with tips for how to use the Amicitia social network to help you leverage those tools for your class.