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Reflections on the NECC Conference

In general, I found the conference to be informative and well organized. There appeared to be sessions for almost all interest groups and experience levels. I just wish the sessions … Continue reading

July 3, 2005 · Leave a comment

Some Light Reading

One of the underling themes that I herd at the NECC conference was for the need to make Web based offerings accessible to persons with disabilities. This is also been … Continue reading

July 1, 2005 · Leave a comment

Distance Learning for Education with Streaming Video Over IP Networks

Presenter: Rich Mavrogeanes of VBrick Systems Rich Mavrogeanes opened the session by providing some background information about his company, VBrick Systems. It was well done only taking about 5 minutes … Continue reading

June 30, 2005 · Leave a comment

The Other Side of Information: The Invisible Web

Presenter: Don Descy Don Descy was an excellent, educational, and entertaining speaker. This article will not do justice to his presentation. The Invisible Web, also known as the Deep Web, … Continue reading

June 30, 2005 · Leave a comment

Coordinating Assistive Technology with Your Instructional Technology Program

Presenter: Andrea Pokrzywinski, CESA#12 Ashland Wisconsin andrea@cesa12.k12.wi.us Ms. Pokrzywinski recommendations for Collaboration are to: Broaden the definition of assistive technology to support all students in becoming more efficient and successful … Continue reading

June 29, 2005 · Leave a comment

Make Teaching, Not Technology, More Enchanting, and More Interactive

Presenter: Dr. Christopher Moersch http://www.drchrismoersch.com/ Dr. Moersch stated that teachers are feeling more comfortable with the use of technology in the classroom, yet are integrating less and less of it … Continue reading

June 29, 2005 · Leave a comment

Powerful Learning Models for Education: It’s only a Game (or Simulation)

Michael Searson and the panel of presenters, representing Bill Halverson’s simSchool, addressed the use of games or simulation in the classroom to teach the Millennial Learner.

June 29, 2005 · Leave a comment

Second day at NECC

The mantra for the day was repeat, repeat, repeat. I attended four sessions today but only summarized two of them. Why you may ask? Let’s just say I saw the … Continue reading

June 29, 2005 · Leave a comment

First day at NECC

Being the morning person that I am I showed up for 8:30 session at 9:00 – so needless to say I have very little to report on that session. The … Continue reading

June 28, 2005 · Leave a comment

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