Delaware Digital Learning Conference! All online and FREE!!

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The conference opens in just a few days! Visithttp://www.dcet.k12.de.us/DDLCOnline2014/index.shtml and plan your conference program!
Ø Conference dates: Monday, February 3, 2014 through Thursday, February 6, 2014.
Ø Conference session hours will be from 3:00 – 7:00 PM; Session length: 45 minutes each.
Ø Sessions will be delivered via Blackboard Collaborate. Join us from ANYWHERE!
Ø All sessions are FREE. PD credit hours will be provided.
Ø No registration is required
In a hurry? Anxious to see the session lineup?
Go directly to the conference schedule at
 
This event will be held in celebration of national Digital Learning Day, February 5, 2014.
Conference Schedule
How to Participate

  • You need to be at a computer that has internet access and speakers. A headset or microphone are optional.
  • Log on to this site at the time indicated for the session you would like to attend.
  • Click on the Join Now link in the session box below.
  • Your computer will boot up the Blackboard Collaborate program. You may be required to authorize a Java download.
  • At the designated time, the session will begin. You should see a whiteboard on your screen with a Welcome Message and you will hear the facilitator and/or presenter speak. Sit back, relax, and learn!
  • If you want to join the next session, you must exit the session you just attended and click on the link for the new session.
  • Did you miss a session? Recordings will be made of each session and the link for each session recording will be posted the next day.
Instructions on how to test your computer for Blackboard Collaborate and to get technical assistance.
 
 
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