The K12 Online Conference 2008 officially kicks off today! This is a great FREE online conference to attend. Not only is it convenient for your schedule (you can attend sessions at your convenience online), but you will learn and be inspired by the speakers and presenters. I highly recommend attending as much of this conference as you can! You can get involved in the conference in several different ways, as a viewer of each strand, with the blog, wiki, interactive fireside chats, Twitter, Google maps, and an Elluminate event called When Night Falls. Topics include the ReadWriteWeb Revolution, Free tools for Universal Design for Learning in Literacy, Assessment, Google, Delicious, Primary Access, History, Tech Integration, Reading Revolution, Video Conferencing, Blogging, Photostory, Games in Education, Emerging Technologies, Wikis, Video Podcasters, and much more. The conference runs from today, October 20, to Next Saturday, November 1. Even if you can’t fit it all in during the next two weeks, you can come back later and visit the sessions that are of most interest to you. There is professional development and credit options available for attending this conference so be sure to look into that as well.
What sessions are of most interest to you? What have you learned as a result of the K12 Online Conference?
“See” you there! 🙂