Getting Ready for NECC, Part II

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As many of you probably know by now, Steve Hargadon has created a list of tags and feeds for all NECC sessions. If you are attending any of the SIGHC sessions, please use the tags below (especially helpful for those of us who will miss sessions or NECC altogether). For a full list of tags and feeds, please click here.

Monday, June 25, 2007

1st Annual International Leadership Summit for Learning Technology Research, Development, and Dissemination (SIILT, SICHC, SIGDE, SIGTC, and ISTE’s International Committee (Monday, June 25, 2007, 7:30 am – 1 pm; GWCC B203). Registration is $20, seats are still available.
Link to registration page
Click here to go to a list of priorities submitted by SIGHC
Tag=n07s123 Blog Posts / Blog RSS / Flickr / Flickr RSS

Mobile, Digital, Ubiquitous: Solutions for Learning with Handhelds external image calendar_icon.gif
[Session: Panel]
Julie Lindsay, International School Dhaka, Bangladesh with Judy Breck, Graham Brown-Martin, Michael Curtis, Janice Kelly and Tony Vincent
Monday, 6/25/2007, 8:30am–9:30am; (GWCC B213)
Panel members present solutions for curriculum integration, multimedia inclusion, and best practice of mobile technologies for learning at any age. Sponsored by ISTE’s SIGHC.
****Click here for more info****.
Tag=n07s732 Blog Posts / Blog RSS / Flickr / Flickr RSS

Anywhere, Anytime: Using Mobile Phones for Learning external image calendar_icon.gif
[Session: Lecture]
Thomas McNeal, Kent State University with Mark van’t Hooft
Monday, 6/25/2007, 11:00am–12:00pm; (GWCC B301)
The Desktop Videoconferencing (DVC) Project at Kent State University has been investigating new and unique ways of using video-conferencing for learning with mobile phones. Sponsored by SIGHC. (Commercial Content)
Tag=n07s653 Blog Posts / Blog RSS / Flickr / Flickr RSS

Tuesday, June 26, 2007

SIGHC (Handheld Computing) Business Meeting external image calendar_icon.gif
[Other Program Events: Meeting/Focused Gathering]
Tuesday, 6/26/2007, 4:45pm–6:15pm; (GWCC B301)
Gather with fellow SIG subscribers and leaders, plan yearly activities, exchange best practices, and recognize innovators and leaders who are committed to advancing educational technology. If you are at NECC, please plan to attend. There will be food!!!
For a preliminary agenda and to provide your input, please go to the Business Meeting page. The agenda will be finalized by Thursday, June 21, 2007.
Tag=n07s905 Blog Posts / Blog RSS / Flickr / Flickr RSS

Wednesday, June 27, 2007

Handhelds: Empower Students to Increase Academic and Behavioral Achievement external image calendar_icon.gif
[Poster: Traditional]
Daniel Gulchak, Arizona State University
Wednesday, 6/27/2007, 9:00am–11:00am; (GWCC Level 5, Galleria)
Learn how students can use handhelds to monitor their performance in school with results of an empirical study and ideas for replication in your class. Sponsored by ISTE’s SIGHC. (Commercial Content)
Tag=n07s515 Blog Posts / Blog RSS / Flickr / Flickr RSS

mLearning with Cell Phones: Just the Beginning external image calendar_icon.gif
[Poster: Traditional]
Lucianne Sweder, Governors State University/Capella University
Wednesday, 6/27/2007, 12:00pm–2:00pm; (GWCC Level 5, Galleria)
Can mobile phone learning be designed to advance the adolescent reader so maybe “Johnny” can read? Sponsored by ISTE’s SIGHC.
Tag=n07s412 Blog Posts / Blog RSS / Flickr / Flickr RSS

Using Student Response Systems Across Environments: See It in Action external image calendar_icon.gif
[Session: Lecture]
Margie Johnson, Metro Nashville Public Schools with Patrick Artz and Daniel Gulchak
Wednesday, 6/27/2007, 1:30pm–2:30pm; (GWCC B405)
Engage students in your classroom discussions like never before. See how three educators use student response systems and learn to use them yourself. Sponsored by ISTE’s SIGHC. (Commercial Content)
Tag=n07s835 Blog Posts / Blog RSS / Flickr / Flickr RSS

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