|NJAET Spring Conference|
The NJAET Spring Conference will be held on March 22, 2014. Get the details and register now to get the Early Bird registration fee.
|Two Must Attend Advocacy Conferences -- March 18 & 19 - Register Today!|
|Register for the ABCs of Advocacy workshop and the Washington Ed Tech Policy Summit!|
|Two must-attend advocacy events!|
Advocating on behalf of education technology has never been more important. Learn about the crucial topics facing digital learning, meet directly with policymakers and find out what you can do to become an effective ed tech advocate at these two must-attend events in Washington, D.C.
|Online workshops for the Common Core|
MassCUE, the Massachusetts Computing Using Educators, has partnered with EDC (See http://edtechleaders.org/
) to offer two outstanding 7 week online workshops related to the common core. Since the workshops are online, NJAET members might be interested in participating. If you are a member of NJAET, MassCUE will waive the MassCUE membership fee so you can register at the MassCUE member price of $250. This is an NJAET member offer only. Log in to the Members Only section of this website for further information.
|Free Stuff from Digital Wish|
|Digital Wish just launched a new technology fundraising program called "T-shirts for Technology". See the latest newsletter...|
|ISTE award nominations are now open!|
|ISTE is looking for individuals whose innovative use of technology has helped transform learning and teaching...|
|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.|
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