We’ve received some snow in St Louis, but the Midwest Educational Technology Conference (METC) goes on! Yesterday pre-conference workshops were held, and today and tomorrow are the “regular days” of the conference. Here are links to the resources I’ll be sharing in my sessions today.

Storychasing Literacy (a.k.a. “StoryChasing: Empowering Students as Digital Witnesses”)

Prior to the keynote this morning, I’m most likely going to share quotations from the Flickr group, “Great quotes about Learning and Change.” Both today and tomorrow, keynote and featured speaker sessions will be streamed live, via links available on the METC 2010 Moodle.

My afternoon session is “Geo-StoryChasing: Mobile Digital Storytelling!” If time permits during this morning’s keynote, I may demonstrate the Powerful Ingredients Administrative Walkthrough Rubric which is accessible as a Google Form on a smartphone like an iPhone or Blackberry.

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