Wednesday, June 23, 2010

Upstate Technology Conference 2010 Day Two

UTC2010 Today is the second day of the Upstate Technology Conference in Greenville, SC. If you have never attended this before and you live locally or don’t mind traveling, this is a conference that you don’t want to miss. There are not many conferences that are free and is actually useful so that is what makes this one so great.

Here are some of the sessions that I’m interested in attending today:

“Free Software and Cool Hardware

Looking for free software? See previewsof tons of software that is free for educators

There's An App for That: Using Web Apps to Organize, Simplify, and Enrich Your Life
Come learn about web applications and 2.0 tools that help educators both streamline and enhance their professional (and personal) lives. See real examples and learn tricks and tips as Cathy, Heather, and Fran take attendees through a tool showcase (including Zamzar, Evernote, Dropbox, and iGoogle). Leave equipped to "organize, simplify, and enrich" your life knowing "there's an app for that!"

Troubleshooting Technology in the Classroom

Learn some basic troubleshooting techniques that can help out in everyday classroom life when your printer fails, laptop doesn't power on, spyware & more!”

I will share my notes when I get back! Have a great day!

Posted on the Successful Teaching Blog by loonyhiker (successfulteaching at gmail dot com).

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