Conference Wrap-Up

Posted by Brad J. Ward | Posted in Blogging, Conferences, Flip Ultra, Free, Google, Higher Education, Social Media, Speaking, Thoughts | Posted on 06-19-2008


The Innovative Educators Conference, which wraps up tomorrow with a presentation by Brian Niles of TargetX fame, has been a great one. Val, Erin and Pam from IE did a great job putting the conference together and keeping everything rolling. The food was the best conference food I’ve had. A night out to the Reds/Dodgers game with all you can eat food and drinks was a nice touch too.

Here are the links I went through for those of you that were in my 2 presentations on Wednesday. Again, if you have any questions, please email me at bradjward(at)gmail(dot)com.

I Can Do THAT With Google?:

Blogging 201: Taking It To The Next Level: and

Also, here is the image used during the Social Media Roundtable with Brad and Matt:

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It’s always great to connect with new people. I also got to catch up with Mark, Matt, and Brian and we had several really great conversations about a huge range of topics. I’ve always been big on the value of face time, and this event has not disappointed. I was also able to line up a webinar on this coming Tuesday night with an MBA class at Morehead State University, so it’s time to start on that slide deck.

One month until eduWeb! Who all is going to be there? I’d love to meet more of you.

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Comments posted (3)

Brad – I agree that even with all the great technology tools at our disposal, nothing beats face time. I’m looking forward to eduWeb. See you in a few weeks.

I’ll be there for eduWeb. I have spoken for IE in the past and always had a great time.


For a young guy you have your head on straight no doubt. Thanks for some “face time” and look forward to seeing you down the road.
I won’t be making it to eduWeb but maybe you could uStream your presentation w/ Mark? BTW does uStream give you the capability to go back and view/hear what you’ve done? If so please send along a link to the r’table.

Thanks again!

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