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Table Of Contents

Chapter 1: Introduction
Chapter 2: Why a Virtual Conference as Professional Development?
Chapter 3: Conference Beginnings…
Chapter 4: Evaluating Virtual Conference Tools
Chapter 5: A Website to Call Home
Chapter 6: Funding the Conference
Chapter 7: Marketing the Conference
Chapter 8: Presenter Preparation
Chapter 11: Mistakes and Mishaps
Chapter 12: Year 2 Modifications and Additions
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Building a Free Virtual Conference for K-16 Schools

Building a Free Virtual Conference for K-16 Schools

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Published by Liz Kolb
This book is the story of how a grassroots virtual conference was developed with zero funding. It is meant to be a model for K12 school districts or universities interested in developing their own virtual conference within their district or one that couples with other school districts. The story documents the steps in developing the conference, the variety of resources used in creating the conference, the “what worked” and “what did not work” lessons learned. The conference began in 2010 and this book covers the first two years of the conference. The first (2010-2011) and second (2011-2012) years are both highlighted in this book. The book explains changes from year 1 to year 2 as well plans for the future of the conference. In developing the conference, I focused heavily on free options so that any K12 school district could utilize professional development virtual conferences without budgetary concern. Proceeds from book go to the 4T Conference.
This book is the story of how a grassroots virtual conference was developed with zero funding. It is meant to be a model for K12 school districts or universities interested in developing their own virtual conference within their district or one that couples with other school districts. The story documents the steps in developing the conference, the variety of resources used in creating the conference, the “what worked” and “what did not work” lessons learned. The conference began in 2010 and this book covers the first two years of the conference. The first (2010-2011) and second (2011-2012) years are both highlighted in this book. The book explains changes from year 1 to year 2 as well plans for the future of the conference. In developing the conference, I focused heavily on free options so that any K12 school district could utilize professional development virtual conferences without budgetary concern. Proceeds from book go to the 4T Conference.

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Published by: Liz Kolb on Mar 22, 2013
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