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Sunday, December 07, 2008

Presenting at AETC


Presenter applications are currently being taken for the Alabama Educational Technology Conference. The deadline to submit applications is December 19. This year’s AETC theme, Passport to the Future, opens the door for a broad spectrum of proposal topics.

You may submit a proposal online by clicking here: www.aetc.cc and choosing the appropriate link on the left-hand side of the screen.

Last summer, one of our own presented and had an audience of 200 (It wasn't me, although I wish it was!).

I would be glad to talk individually with anyone who is interested in submitting a proposal. I have programs from previous years so that you can see what kinds of things are being presenting and what kinds of descriptions are being used.

Having been involved with this event for quite a few years now, I can tell you that participants come to this event with holes in their knowledge base, and these holes often occur at a fairly low level. (I include myself in that statement.) The person who has found a simple, workable, solution to a common problem will have no problem attracting an audience waiting to hear the answer.

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