In my post My “Verdict” On Twitter, I talked about how I thought that Facebook really was the place to go to connect with a much greater number of educators who will never blog or use Twitter. I think for those of us who are serious about making change in education, we need to go to where “the people are.”

In that same post, I also made it clear that I didn’t have a clue on how to set-up a Facebook page or how to use it.

Now, at on Sunday, May 31st, at 5:00 PM (Pacific Time — USA), anyone who wants to will have the opportunity to learn how to more effectively use Facebook for education.

As part of Edublogs Live Events, Sue Waters, the godmother, guru, wise woman of edublogging, has organized Pimp My Facebook.

This is a free online event, and it’s described like this:

Regardless of your personal feelings towards Facebook it is the preferred method of social networking for many people. But are you using Facebook to your advantage?

Join Frances McLean while she pimps Larry Ferlazzo’s Facebook account to demonstrate the different ways educators and bloggers can use the power of Facebook.

And believe me, my Facebook account needs “pimping”!

I hope you’ll join us….