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Webinar Tomorrow, December 9--Dr. Kecia Ray!

Hello, scottmerrickdotnetkins,

Just a quick heads-up to put on your alarm/calendar for tomorrow, my dear friend Dr. Kecia Ray's share session via the International Society for Technology in Education's Online Learning Network. She'll be offering tips, tricks, and truth about Blended Learning.

I've been friends with Kecia since the late 20th century, when we worked together at the Vanderbilt Office of Science Research, before it became a Center at Vanderbilt University. Back then, we were pushing some boundaries by helping to bring interactive videoconferencing to public schools, linking students to experts all around the globe. It's hard to believe that was innovative, in these days of Facetime and Skype.

As Executive Directory for Learning Technology with Metro Nashville Public Schools, Kecia Ray hired me in 2010, to begin crafting online learning options for our large (42nd largest of ~13,600 in the nation) school district. To her credit, she hasn't fired me yet. And she's provided me with the best colleagues in the world, all interested the the same thing--student success.

Kecia, beyond being a superb professional educator and administrator who can out-negotiate any vendor or administrator, is a funny and charmingly charismatic human being. Attend. You will not be disappointed:

Tuesday, December 9, 2014, 4:00 PM - 5:00 PM (Eastern Time (US & Canada))

Online Instructions:
Url: http://docs.google.com/a/wayne.k12.in.us/forms/d/1UNcqjeJ_l9V-2KYRjFbQngKezLfQD5gsKsyDrVM3WZo/viewform
Login: At 4 PM EST on Tuesday, December 9, please log in as a guest to iste.adobeconnect.com/isteoln.
Michele Eaton
(317) 988-8651

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