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K12Online Conference! Be there.

It’s absolutely free.  You don’t have to travel.  And everyone is welcome to attend!  There are NO excuses. 

Please join me and a gathering of so many outstanding educators from around the world at the K12Online Conference

Here are the details:

The K-12 Online Conference invites participation from educators around the world interested in innovative ways Web 2.0 tools and technologies can be used to improve learning. This FREE conference is run by volunteers and open to everyone. The 2009 conference theme is “Bridging the Divide.” This year’s conference begins with a pre-conference keynote by classroom teacher and international educator Kim Cofino the week of November 30, 2009. The following two weeks, December 7-11 and December 14-17, over fifty presentations will be posted online to our conference blog and our conference Ning for participants to view, download, and discuss. Live Events in the form of three “Fireside Chats” are listed on the events page of our conference Ning and Facebook fan page, and live events will continue in 2010 through twice-monthly “K-12 Online Echo” webcasts on EdTechTalk. Everyone is encouraged to participate in both live events during and after the conference as well as asynchronous conversations.  Over 122 presentations from 20082007, and 2006 are available, along with archived live events. Follow the K12 Online Conference on Twitter and Facebook!

I’ll be keynoting the first week, presenting the full version of my sing-along Wizard of Apps presentation. 

Please help present a strong teacher-librarian showing at this event!  Tell all your teacher and teacher-librarian friends. 

I guarantee you will learn from the remarkable people participating.  


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. I’m so thankful for the K-12 online conference in tough economic times like these. Free professional development is hard to come by, and I truly appreciate all of the quality presenters who have taken the time to share what they know.

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