This is last minute, but if you’re in or near Oklahoma City this afternoon/evening you’re invited to join an impromptu OKedTweetUp as part of the amazing “CUE-MACUL Road Trip” which started today in California! The official #cuemacul website explains this as:

A 5000+ Mile Road Trip to connect two great EdTech Organizations! 6 Google Certified Teachers and two Apple Distinguished Educators in an RV across the country from California to Detroit, Michigan.

Here are our meet up details for TONIGHT if you can make it for pizza and edtech discussions!

Date/Time: Monday, March 18, 2013 at 6:30 pm (till 8:30 pm hopefully)
Location: Joey’s Pizzeria at 700 W Sheridan Ave (on Film Row)

If time and availability permits in “The 404″ next door, we’ll move our discussions there after pizza and connect laptops to TVs/projectors for some more edtech / geek sharing!

Learn more about the CUE-MACUL Road Trip on their official website (cuemacul.weebly.com), where you can checkout the bios of the amazing edtech yodas who are trekking to Michican and MACUL this week! Also follow the Twitter hashtag #cuemacul for updates!

The crew left Amarillo at 2:45 this afternoon, so we’re expecting them here in Oklahoma City around 7 pm. Hope to see you TONIGHT at Joey’s Pizzeria downtown if you can make it. Please spread the word!

CUE-MACUL Road Trip


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