Apr. 10, 2009

EduBloggerCon at BLC09

Just a quick announcement that EduBloggerCon will be back at BLC09. This free event is being held at the Boston Park Plaza on Tuesday, July 28th, 2009 from 9:00 AM to 5:00 PM. Whether you arrive early to BLC and want to jump in with both feet or if you are a local not attending BLC, this unique event is for you.

EduBloggerCon is based on the idea of an “unconference,” and is being organized by its participants in real time using a wiki. Another way to describe this event is as a “collaborative conference,” where the conference attendees help to build and create a terrific learning experience. The sessions developed for EduBloggerCon will be based on the submissions of sessions that attendees have indicated they are willing to facilitate or would like to learn about.

To learn more about EduBloggerCon, visit this site.

2 Responses to "EduBloggerCon at BLC09"

  • Liz Davis says:

    I am helping to organize this event. We had a great time last year and hope that even more people will be able to participate this year. Feel free to contact me if you have any questions: [email protected]

    Thanks so much to November Learning for making this event possible!
    -Liz

  • Maggie Hill says:

    I’m planning on attending this year, even though, frankly, I’m not sure how this works.

    On another note, has NL added any further recommendations for education bloggers who will be unable to blog on this site come August 2009?

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