Learning Untethered participating in Learning 2.0 Conference

An exciting week is on tap with the Learning 2.0 Conference – a free and virtual conference available to everyone.  The week kicks off with a virtual “unconference,” a particularly useful format for connecting with others who share our interests. The topics are chosen by the attendees, and the insights from these interest-led discussions tend to be at the leading edge of practice and research, and yet interesting and accessible to those who are new to the topic. Highly Recommended!!

The rest of the week has an intriguing lineup of keynoters and sessions.  We will be presenting some of the Learning Untethered results at a session near the end of the week: Friday at 12:00 noon, Pacific Time – please join us!

The conference is hosted by social networking pioneer, Steve Hargadon, whose Classroom 2.0 social network has been connecting educators for the past 5 years and whose  Future of Education interview series continually brings us  top thought leadership in education.

The conference is part of Connected Educator Month organized by the US Department of Education.  (Our thanks to the Department’s Office of EdTech for the twitter shout-out about our report!!)

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