I’m not sure. That will depend largely on what the online education community chooses to make of the event, I think. Bud Hunt’s post “Not” shed’s some good light on this question, however. Bud writes:

So what will NotK12Online look like? Well, it’s pretty much an aggregator populated by user submissions. If you have a piece of content that you think matches our guidelines, then you’ll publish it elsewhere, perhaps via your own blog, perhaps somewhere else, depending on the kind of content you’ve produced, and come to the NotK12Online site and tell us about it. If it fits our criteria, published on the site, it gets shared. Folks who want to respond to the content will be directed back to the original site of publication. Content shared via our site will be available via RSS. That’s pretty much it.

Personally, I’m delighted to see NOT K-12 Online emerging this year to encourage more reflection and participation about the ideas and with the presenters and participants of the K-12 Online Conference.

I’m looking forward to following and participating in the conversations of both NOT and K-12 Online this year.

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