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#notatAASL, no worries!
I was among the fortunate who were able to attend the AASL National Conference in Louisville this week. We are all fortunate that a dedicated and hardworking social media squad had our backs.
So whether you suffered FOMO over sessions you couldn’t fit in, or couldn’t get into, or if you couldn’t attend onsite, you are covered.
Social Media Conference Chairs, Jane Lofton and Ashley Cooksey expertly led the efforts to share and archive the only national gathering of our people.
Jane credited the
Thanks to a great team of social media squad members, both onsite and virtual, everyone, including those who were in Louisville and those who couldn’t make it, can benefit from conference resources.
These resources will get you up to speed:
1. Remember you can look back with the hashtags: #NOTATAASL or #AASL19
2. There’s a growing Livebinder of resources led by the very generous Peggy George and Susie Highley and other volunteers.
[Click here to open this binder in a new window.]
The Livebinder curates slides from conference sessions, streamed recording from some sessions, social media feeds, and more.
(Added value: the site also contains an archive of the 2017 event)
3. Check out collaborative notes by
4. And these Wakelets by Ashley Cooksey
6. Google Slides Session notes from Lindsey Weaver and friends
7. Posts by Social Media Squad Members
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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
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