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Director of Social Media Strategy and Marketing @Edutopia, edcamp organizer

Great tip Sarah!

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Last year I used the app and it was a LIFESAVER (and my back thanked me later -- no more clunky program).

Great advice, Elana! Another

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Great advice, Elana! Another tip to add: Use the mobile app to plan your schedule ahead of time to ensure you're not double-booking. It can be overwhelming at a conference as large as ISTE, especially when there are multiple sessions that pique your interest.

Also, you asked to contribute the sessions we're looking forward to most. Perhaps I'm a bit biased, but I'll definitely be checking out this MOOC session:

MOOCs and Open Online Courses: Experiences, Design, and Tips
Tuesday, 6/25/2013, 5:00pm–6:15pm, SACC 212
Virtual Schooling/E-learning : Effective Teaching Practices
Catherine Dutton, American College of Education with Rebekah McPherson
What makes a good massive open online course? Come share your experiences as a participant or facilitator, or pick up pointers for selecting a MOOC.

Sarah, Teacher Blogs Editor
American College of Education
http://teacherblogs.ace.edu/

Director of Social Media Strategy and Marketing @Edutopia, edcamp organizer

Attend ISTE Virtually

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Attend ISTE Virtually

Forgot to mention that you can actually attend ISTE online. Here's the info: http://www.isteconference.org/2013/program/access_iste.php

I think it costs about $200 to get access.

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