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
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
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
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
Presenter: Andrea Pokrzywinski, CESA#12 Ashland Wisconsin email@example.com 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
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
Michael Searson and the panel of presenters, representing Bill Halversonâ€™s simSchool, addressed the use of games or simulation in the classroom to teach the Millennial Learner.
The mantra for the day was repeat, repeat, repeat. I attended four sessions today but only summarized two of them. Why you may ask? Letâ€™s just say I saw the … Continue reading