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NECC: Here’s the next best thing

I know many of you were in DC a little over a week ago.  Not to worry! 

If you missed the excitement of NECC in Atlanta, and you still want to experience just a bit of the conference, enhanced podcasts are the next best thing to being there.

Apple Learning Interchange just posted 23 presentations –voice and slides–-that are likely to inform and inspire.

Speakers include MIT’s Mitch Resnick on the creative society; NECC CEO Don Knezek’s reflections on the conference; futurist Andrew Zolli’s powerful keynote,  Ian Jukes on learning environments; Anthony Jongejan on students, technology, and copyright; Doug Johnson on 21st century libraries and classrooms; and Helen Barrett on digital storytelling. 

My presentation with my colleague Ken Rodoff is located here.

Warning:  Please don’t listen to this if you are planning to hear us at November Learning later this month.  We’re a little better in person and I promise not to trip over so many words.



Joyce Valenza About Joyce Valenza

Joyce is an Assistant Professor of Teaching at Rutgers University School of Information and Communication, a technology writer, speaker, blogger and learner. Follow her on Twitter: @joycevalenza


  1. Alice Yucht says:

    “posthumous” presentations ?! I hope not — all those speakers are very lively, and (I think) still very much alive.
    Perhaps (I sputter) you mean podcasts preserved for post-conference posterity?

    (Thanks, Alice. That was awkwardly phrased.)

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