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Not Attending ISTE 2014? Here Are 5 Free Ways To Connect

24 Jul 2014 by Heather Breedlove

1. Twitter

Follow the hastag #ISTE2014 to get live comments and resources from people attending the sessions. Also follow the hashtag #notatISTE14, there is already people connecting and waiting to start conversations about what they are hearing about ISTE and learning from social media outlets. If you don’t have one already, create an account. It’s the best way to start developing a personal learning network.

2. ISTE Facebook page

Like ISTE’s Facebook page and get access to great educational technology content. They link to their blog posts as well as other great websites.

3. Insight ON Education blog

Keep reading this blog! I will be reporting directly from ISTE and blogging about all the events I’m attending. Some topics I will be reporting on are mobile learning, BYOD, and 1:1 just to name a few.

4. Curation tools

Know anybody going to ISTE? Have them share a Pinterest board or Evernote notebook with you as they gather valuable resources. Jennifer LaGarde, wrote about sending her colleagues instructional resource postcards in her post, My ISTE 2014 bucket list. She is going to include resource links on them that she wants to share.

5. Archives

Catch the archived videos on their website or Youtube channel for ISTE 2014 select sessions. Check out ISTE 2013 here.

 

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