CUE 2011 Submissions

Last week I submitted eight sessions just before the deadline for the CUE 2011 conference. Here are the topics, which each link to a bookmark in the Google Doc I used to compose the submissions. Not all of the minutia of each submission is in this doc, but the meaningful content (titles, short descriptions, and abstracts) is all there (in the order I submitted them):

Specialized Google Research Tools That Are Powerful, Easy, and Free

Using Google Docs to Support Your PLC

Effective Professional Development (for Educational Technology)

Social, Global, and Green: Education in A Changing World

Formulas for Forms: Easy and Powerful Functions in Google Spreadsheets

Personal Learning Networks (PLNs) for Professional Learning Communities PLCs

Google Certified Teachers Share: What’s new from Google for Educators?

Knowledge is Freedom: CIPA, COPPA, and FERPA Explained Succinctly

Let me know what you think – and if you have any questions or feedback. I suppose these examples might be useful for others making conference submissions (in the future)… depending on how many are accepted. And, if nothing else, I can say that all of these workshops (most of which I’ve been delivering lately anyway) are all available if any of you would like to bring them to your colleagues. ;)

And see you in Palm Springs in March…