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SREB ETC K-20 Virtual Teaching and Learning Symposium (General Public)
Thursday, March 7, 2013 at 2:00 PM - Friday, March 8, 2013 at 12:00 PM (EST)
K-20 Virtual Teaching and Learning Symposium
Every Cloud Has a Virtual Lining
Who Will Be There
Academic change agents, state-level, system-level, college and school eLearning leaders, instructional and curriculum design experts, online teaching managers and specialists, digital content developers, and anyone working with virtual learning operations, administration, strategy or policy development.
Symposium Dates and Times
Cooperative Representatives Only: Wednesday, March 6-7, 2013
Cooperative Representatives and Virtual Learning General Public: March 7-8, 2013
National Online Teacher of the Year Announcement
The 2013 SREB/iNACOL National Online Teacher of the Year will be announced Thursday, March 7, 2013 at the Awards Banquet.
One Hartsfield Centre Parkway
Atlanta, Georgia 30354
Deadline to register – February 12, 2013
Registration Link for Cooperative Representatives and Presenters
Registration Link for Virtual Learning General Public
Virtual Learning General Public Registration Fee - $175.00 (includes meals, materials and awards banquet)
Note: Virtual Learning General Public - anyone who is not an Educational Technology Cooperative representative
Hotel Reservations for Virtual Learning General Public Only
Deadline to reserve hotel rooms – February 12, 2013
Online room reservations are now just a click away with ResLink! The link below is directed to the hotel’s home page with the negotiated rate code already entered in the appropriate field.
|Note: SREB will reserve rooms for Cooperative Representatives and Symposium presenters. Rooms will be reserved based upon registration information.|
When & Where
SREB Educational Technology Cooperative
The SREB Educational Technology Cooperative, comprised of state K-12 education agencies and higher education coordinating and governing boards, focuses on ways to help state leaders create, expand and improve effective uses of technology in schools and postsecondary institutions.