From the monthly archives:

September 2010

Slideshare – 5 Traits Event Organizers Want From Speakers

I received a newsletter from Slideshare this week with an item called: 5 Traits Event Organizers Want From Speakers. The list seems obvious, but having encountered speakers that did not meet these standards, it is worth writing about. Here’s their list of 5 traits: 1) Understand the event’s community – get to know your audience […]

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Adobe Acrobat Pro – Ver 10 Coming Soon– Optimizing Workflow

I attended an Adobe briefing yesterday where they showed a roomful of customers some of the new features of Acrobat Pro version 10. Since we agreed not to disclose any details, I can’t mention any specifics. I will say that Adobe has done a great job improving the application and I can’t wait to get […]

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National Archives: Docs Teach

The National Archives has launched a new website – Docs Teach – to make their collection available to teachers and students. It has a huge collection of really incredible historical documents as well as audio and video, and everything is free. I suggest you check this out – it’s an amazing resource. http://docsteach.org/

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Education Nation

NBC is hosting an interactive summit on the state of education in America – Education Nation. The summit was September 27th and 28th, and more events are happening all week. The web site says, “During the entire week of September 26th, NBC News will highlight education stories as well as broadcast live from the Plaza.” […]

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Learn about Deploying Google Apps

Registration is now open for the MassCUE & M.A.S.S. Annual Technology Conference. REGISTER http://2010tgl2-masscue.com/index.html I hear from so many that they are thinking about deploying Google Apps in their schools. If you want to hear more from people who have already taken the plunge, here are two sessions that will be of interest to you. […]

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Registration is now open for the MassCUE & M.A.S.S. Annual Technology Conference

Registration is now open for the MassCUE & M.A.S.S. Annual Technology Conference.   I’m looking forward to this. REGISTER http://2010tgl2-masscue.com/index.html As promised, here is another session description. Adobe Classroom Suite – PreConference Discover new ways to engage students in learning using Adobe Digital School Collection software across the curriculum Today’s technology provides educators with highly effective […]

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