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    Archive for the ‘conferences’ Category

    NECC ’09 Reflections: What Just Happened?

    I blogged. About NECC. For the fine folks at Dell. Check it out there.

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    EBC ’09 musings #1: The time(s) and place(s) for backchannels

    There’s a bit of irony that I’m writing this given that Scott McLeod got on my case this morning for having my head in my Blackberry too much.  I’m glad he did that.  Here’s why… I’m disconcerted that we’re here at Edubloggercon ’09 which is billed as an unconference where conversations happen.  The goal is […]

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    Reflections from CoSN Conference

    I attended CoSN’s annual conference in Austin, TX this week.  I’m glad I went, though my impressions from the conference are mixed. What I liked about the CoSN conference: Serious – the overall tone/climate of the event is, IMHO, very serious.  I mean that in a good way.  The tone stands in stark contrast to […]

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    Leadership 2.0: Notes from Educon 2.1

    This past weekend, I had a wonderful opportunity to lead a conversation/session at Educon 2.1.  I had planned a 20-25 minute presentation to be followed by small-group and whole-group discussions.  But, at the last minute, I decided to scrap the presentation part and let the folks in the room talk.  At the wiki developed for […]

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    Conferences, Presentations, Etc.

    There’s been a slightly disconnected conversation within/across my learning network/environment about conferences, presentations, etc. At the risk of sending you away, here are some posts I’ve read: Dan Meyer blogged and Tweeted from and about ILC and was his usual critical (though I think constructively critical) self. Sylvia Martinez, I learned through her comments to […]

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