WHY ATTEND?

The NJEDge Annual Conference is all about professional development: to show your best practices and to learn from your colleagues.

Aside from tracks on learning and teaching innovations; social media; emerging technologies; policy and governance; cloud computing; assessment; administrative and network security;’ backend services and mobile technologies. We will be focusing on:

Continuing education and its intersection with technology

Teaching preparation programs: what are we teaching our upcoming K12 teachers about young students, content, communication and technology?

Makerspace; has your school allocated a physical location where people gather to share resources and knowledge, work on projects, network, and build? The topics will be for Thursday’s poster session.

Infrastructure support of technology for faculty, students, and staff, on and off campus

Role of Video and video conferencing.

Please make sure your calendar notes that Nov. 19 – 21 is the 2014 NJEDge Annual Conference and that you must attend.

Due to the overwhelming success of the NJEDge Annual Conference 2014, the conference center rooms are sold out.

Additional rooms will be available at the Marriot Hotel 4 miles away. Book these rooms through the NJEDge registration process.

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Annual Conference 2014 Has Gone Mobile

Updated schedule, speakers, maps, twitter, and more available absolutely free on your laptop or mobile device!

To download the NJEDge.Net app, please go to: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/id933297695 in Apple's App Store

https://play.google.com/store/apps/details?id=com.guidebook.apps.NJEDge.android in Google's Play Store (for Android devices)

https://guidebook.com/guide/25796/ for desktop version

See you on the app!

 

PLENARY SPEAKERS

DANIEL RUSSELL
The Future of Learning: How will people learn the skills they need for academe, work, and life?
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SIVA VAIDHYANATHAN
The Operating System of Life
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MICHELE KNOBEL
Literacy, Learning, Communities and Digital Technologies: Why theorizing what we do and how we think about things is a good idea
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