|Ed tech needs your voice - Deadline Dec 20|
|How do you use technology for learning? Share your perspective in the Speak Up 2013 survey before December 20, 2013, and help steer the future of ed tech.|
|2013-2014 Tech Grant Applications Due|
November 25th is almost here - The deadline for turning in your application for an NJAET Technology Project Grant worth up to $2,000. Download the Application and get it completed and returned by the deadline!
|The Sound of Science|
During the summer, NJAET Executive Board member, Chris Shamburg, received a grant to develop a free online course, The Sound of Science.
|ISTE 2014 - Important Dates|
|Registration for ISTE 2014 is open. Other important dates include...|
|Tech Talk Live - Call for Presenters!|
|Selected presenters receive a free registration ($300 value), and a $25 Amazon Gift card.|
|Cell Phone Cinema Contest|
|Women In Media-Newark (WIM-N) will hold a three day Women’s History Month film festival at Rutgers University in March. As part of the festival they host a “Cell Phone Cinema Contest” for youth ages 16 – 22 years of age where they use their cell phones...|
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