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Computer-Using Educators (CUE) and CSLA presented
Saturday, March 22, 2014
Palm Springs Convention Center
277 N. Avenida Caballeros, Palm Springs, CA 92262
Digital Citizenship is a crucial skill set for all students, today more than ever. Students must be good digital citizens and learn to build positive digital footprints so they can be contributors to our global society and avoid mistakes that could jeopardize their futures. DCS attendees had full access to the exhibitor hall with nearly 200 vendors, concurrent speaker sessions, hands-on sessions, and poster sessions, not to mention the conference’s featured speakers.
The Digital Citizenship Summit (DCS) was a one-day event with four sessions on the theme of digital citizenship. Sessions included:
8:30 AM – 9:30 AM: Secrets of the Remix Mash Up YouTube Generation
10 AM – 11 AM: Teach Digital Citizenship by Crafting Quick Flipped Tutorials and Using Existing Resources Presenter: Pam Oehlman Presentation file Session evaluation link. Contact Pam with any questions.
12 Noon–1 PM: The Uncommon Core: New Standards, New Literacies, and Student Significance Presenter: Glen Warren (Please note change: Marie Slim was unable to attend.) Presentation materials at Edmodo.com Either create an account or sign in with an existing account and use Group code 3xxtht6. Session evaluation link. Contact Glen if group code doesn’t work or with questions.
1:30 PM – 2:30 PM: Inspire Creativity While Respecting Copyright with Fair Use & Creative Commons Presenters: Jane Lofton with Glen Warren Presentation file Session evaluation link. Contact Jane with any questions.
Other CSLA presentations during the CUE Conference included:
Friday, 2 – 3 PM: The Uncommon Core: New Standards, New Literacies, and Student Significance Presenters: Glen Warren & Jane Lofton Presentation materials at Edmodo.com Either create an account or sign in with an existing account and use Group code 3xxtht6. Session evaluation link Contact Glen if group code doesn’t work or with questions.
Sat. 8:30 – 9:30 AM: Using Research to Improve Technology Integration Presenter: Lesley Farmer
Also, please complete evaluations for any sessions you attended using the links above
CSLA 1915 – 2015 Centennial Celebration
CSLA will hold its Centennial Conference February 5 – 8, 2015 at the Hyatt Regency Hotel San Francisco Airport. Please save the date!
CSLA Annual Conference February 6-9 2014
CSLA held an outstanding Annual State Conference February 6-9, 2014 at the Bahia Hotel in San Diego.
To revisit the conference and access slideshows and handouts from the various sessions, visit the conference website.
Mo Willem’s video
If you have any conference follow-up questions, please contact Kathie Maier, 2014 CSLA Conference Chair, email@example.com.