Night had fallen on Austin, and I could still hear the revelry off Congress Street, but a 5 a.m. airport shuttle pickup had me sitting in my Embassy suite, bonding with my MacBook Pro, as opposed to joining the festivities.
We had come, we had presented and, with any luck, we had contributed to the educational dialogue that was SXSWedu
It’s weird when you come to a place filled with smart people talking about smart things, and they invite you for a seat to the table. That was our privilege, as I joined three fellow Ohio Staters to present at the Austin, Texas, ed-tech conference that is SXSWedu.
Our topic of Reaching Online Learners: Being Smart Isn’t Enough.
Truth be told—and wonderfully so—conferences like these are only a fraction about presenting, and even more so about being presented to, bonding…
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