Where you can find me this month

I have a busy February this year, which means there are plenty of ways to connect with me, dear readers.

On February 13-15th I’ll attend the EDUCAUSE ELI conference in Houston, Texas.  I’ll blog the event, and also hold a Future Trends Forum or two.

On February 28th I’m holding a NERCOMP workshop on the brand-new Horizon Report on technology and higher education.  That runs from 9-3 pm, and is hosted by the College of the Holy Cross in Worcester, Mass.

Horizon Report cover

From the new Horizon Report cover.

Online, I’m also busy.  On February 22, from 9-10 am EST, I’ll chair an online panel on digital literacy hosted by the New Media Consortium.

The Future Trends Forum is humming along.  On February 9th Lee Rainie, leader of the very important Pew Research project’s internet, science, and technology wing, will be our guest.  On the 16th we’ll hold a special Forum, our one year anniversary shindig; more details are on the way. Then the New Media Consortium‘s Samantha Becker will join us on February 26th to discuss the brand-new Horizon Report for higher education.

If you’d like to meet up, just let me know.

(Photo provided by University Technology at Case Western Reserve University (CWRU), the Bostwick Agency and the Sextant Group. Interactive classroom at CWRU.)

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7 Responses to Where you can find me this month

  1. VanessaVaile says:

    Busy month. No General Strikes for traveling freelance consultants. Amd faster internet than at home, when you leave home, Virtually Connecting will be at ELI in Houston too.

    PS I saw this on IndieGoGo and thought of your February travel schedule, https://www.indiegogo.com/projects/powersiesta-ultimate-sleep-solution-for-travel#/

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  2. Look forward to saying hello at #ELI2017!

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