You Can Start Planning Now! #BIT14

Your BringITTogether Committee has been working very hard at plans for Ontario’s Educational Technology Conference.  The group met online just this week to update each other on the activities of the various sub-committees.

The keynote speakers have been in place for some time now:

After a hugely successful call for proposals, a terrific set of one hour presentations have been selected.  The BringITTogether Conference is a partnership between ECOO and OASBO ICT.  The ECOO presenters are in place; look for the OASBO ICT sessions to be finalized over the summer.  This, all in preparation for the conference on November 5-7, 2014 in Niagara Falls, Ontario.

The program is in place.  Again this year, the BringITTogether Conference will be using Lanyrd for the online program.  You can see the conference in action at this link.

You can view the conference online at that link, or download the Lanyrd app to your portable device.

Download the application now or go online to explore.

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Each of the sessions has its own unique address in Lanyrd that you can share with anyone.  For example, frequent reader of this blog, Lisa Noble, will be presenting “How do we teach it if we’re not doing it? A discussion around curation, collaboration and creation.

The direct link to her session is –

With the Lanyrd application, you can start planning now as to which sessions you will attend.

It’s a great way to get connected and beginning the planning before you arrive.  It’s going to be a great three days.

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3 thoughts on “You Can Start Planning Now! #BIT14”

  1. Yike! I’m blushing here! Thanks for the plug. I’m realizing more and more that the topic of my session is a really important one to me, to the point where I’ve applied for a job that I think might help me work on those ideas more concretely.


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