Agents of Change – Transformational Superheroes
Hosted by Colleague to Colleague (C2C) at Johnson County Community College
The Annual Summer Institute on Distance Learning and Instructional Technology (SIDLIT) will be held on Thursday and Friday, August 3-4, 2017.
UPDATE: Many thanks to all the steering committee members, presenters, sponsors, attendees and institutional support staff for making SIDLIT 2016 a success! If you were present or involved, please help ensure SIDLIT 2017 is even better by filling out our evaluation survey (https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/TJ2W73S). You can also leave feedback regarding specific presentations on their respective pages under the various “Session” links to the right.
Registration for SIDLIT
The fees: $50 for two days, $40 for students and $25 for Online Streaming Only with a coupon provided by a Steering Committee member. Breakfasts, lunches, and snacks included.
SIDLIT schedule at https://docs.google.com/spreadsheets/d/1Axueq-7zcp-gD9wWUxONenBOiefY7e6uBsW1pYA6-Q0/edit?usp=sharing
Watch Twitter #SIDLIT2016 for door prizes too
The 2016 keynote speaker was Richard Byrne
Richard Byrne is a former high school social studies teacher best known for developing the award-winning blog Free Technology for Teachers. He has been invited to speak at events on six continents and would gladly speak in Antarctica too. Richard’s work is focused on sharing free resources that educators can use to enhance their students’ learning experiences.
Richard is a five time winner of the Edublogs Award for Best Resource Sharing Blog. Richard became a Google Certified Teacher in 2009. 2012 saw Richard receive a Merlot Classics award from chancellor’s office of California State University. In 2010 he was a finalist for ACTEM’s (Association of Computer Teachers and Educators in Maine) educator of the year award. Tech & Learning Magazine named Richard one of their “people to watch” in their 30th Anniversary celebration (http://techlearning.com/article/26660).
On a daily basis Richard’s blog Free Technology for Teachers reaches more than 100,000 educators. In addition to writing Free Technology for Teachers, Richard also maintains iPadApps4School.com and PracticalEdTech.com. Richard’s print work includes a monthly column for School Library Journal, contributing author to What School Leaders Need to Know About Digital Technologies and Social Media, and contributions to Teacher Librarian. Richard lives in Woodstock, Maine with his loyal dogs Max and Mason.
SIDLIT is a professional development conference which includes presentations, topic-oriented special interest discussion groups, hands-on workshops, and demonstrations. Registration is required. One credit hour of graduate credit is also available from Emporia State University.
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