Sunday, October 29, 2006

K-!2 Online Conference

There is a free K-12 Online Conference currently being held for anyone interested in learning more about Web 2.0 tools for education. Many sessions have already been held and are available for viewing. This is the first of its kind and the beauty of this conference is the ability to "attend" sessions when you have time. You can view as many or as few sessions at one sitting as works for you. There are a variety of supplemental materials, including pdfs, podcasts, links, etc.

I recommend viewing the information about the conference first, linked above, then the Conference Agenda. Look at the different topics under "Basic/Advanced Training," or "Week in the Classroom."

This conference is enlightening! There is a wealth of information and I love the ability to learn at my own pace, review when I can, download and/or print the supplemental materials and tag information using my account.

Very powerful! Check it out - even just one topic that sounds interesting! Online learning is a flexible medium that you can control as a participant.

Leave a comment if you found something especially helpful.


Anonymous said...


Thanks so much for sharing this information. I will check it out.

Jane Ricard

Karen Janowski said...

It's a great resource - a great way to get started with web 2.0. You may want to suggest it to some of the staff where you work.

Dave Hohulin said...

What a wealth of information! I hope that we can continue the conversation we had at CTG about organizing a similar event for AT.

K Janowski said...

I would love to work with your team to offer this. Let's keep the conversation going!