The ISTE 2011 blog roll is a great way to scan what others are writing about, and to share your thoughts and comments. Last year we collected more than 250 bloggers from 19 countries and 43 U.S. states! (WOW!) And, it is fun and easy, so please sign up today!
Is this your first ISTE conference?
If so, you’re in luck! This year ISTE has added new resources designed to make your first conference experience fun, productive, and less intimidating.
Check out the following newcomer resources—they are open to everyone and can be a great refresher if you haven’t been to the conference for a while:
Newcomers group on the Ning: Ask a question or just see what other newbies are asking and what the conference veterans are sharing as tips for new folks. Start networking ahead of time!
- Newbie Lounge onsite: Stop here first thing to get your questions answered, find out about the best sessions for your needs, and to hear from veterans who are there to assist you. Visit the attendee-sponsored webiste (in progress) that will have tons of great inf
- Community Events on the Ning: Not just for newcomers, the Community Events page on the Ning lists attendee-organized events outside of conference activities. View the options, or add your own activity!
Register now for the yearly event that already has folks buzzing! (It is not too late!)
Already registered? Keep an eye on your inbox, and check the conference site often as much more information will be added in the weeks to come that will help you get ready for an amazing journey!
If you can not make it to Philli this year, no worries, you can join the conversation from anywhere!
- ISTE Community (iste-community.org)
- ISTE Members, I am asking you to vote for Julie Lindsay #voteforjulie #iste (coolcatteacher.blogspot.com)
- #Edchat #ukedchat #tmayr Advice On Teaching&Twitter (uwsscriptwriting.wordpress.com)
- Passion-Driven Leaders Light a Candle…Spark a Fire! (thepassiondrivenleader.wordpress.com)
- 5 Tips to Enhance Your Next Conference Experience with Social Media (angelamaiers.com)
- Steve Farber and Angela Maiers on Passion Driven Leadership and Learning (angelamaiers.com)