Whether or not you’re bound for San Antonio in a few short weeks for the National Educational Computing Conference, take a few moments today (if you have not already) and join the NECC 2008 Ning! I was delighted to learn (via a group invite from Lucy Gray within the Ning) about this social network today. It’s wonderful to see ISTE embracing social networking and Ning specifically. Whether or not any of us are prepared for the volume of user-generated conversations that are coming, they’re on the way! This is sure to be the best NECC ever! 🙂
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