This podcast includes reflections with David Truss and Gail Lovely at the close of the UnPlug’d 2012 Conference at Northern Edge Algonquin in Ontario, Canada. Refer to the podcast shownotes for referenced and related links to UnPlug’d.
- Tweets from #unplugd12
- Unplug’d website
- Northern Edge Algonquin
- Northern Edge Algonquin on Twitter: @northernedge
- Flickr Pool from Unplug’d 2012
- David Truss on Twitter: @datruss
- Blog of David Truss: Pair-a-dimes for Your Thoughts: Reflections on Education, Technology and Learning
- Posts by David Truss on Connected Principals
- Gail Lovely on Twitter: @glovely
- Gail Lovely’s website: gaillovely.com
- The Moose by Rod Murray
- Tango! by Guillaume Semblat
- Fuel for Educational Change Agents (Wesley Fryer’s secondary podcast channel)
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