“So many people are looking for news on the go. If you really want to understand the world, you’re not going to by consuming news in the form of bite-sized haikus. I’m sorry to step up on a soapbox, but I have strong feelings about this.” – Michele Norris, Peabody Award-winning journalist, founder of The Race Card Project, and keynote speaker at Educause 2018
Provocative keynote addresses, inspiring new ways to engage students, and the latest EdTech-enabling IT infrastructure will all be on hand for EDUCAUSE 2018 in Denver. In addition to NPR favorite Michele Norris, whose talk is entitled, “Eavesdropping on America’s Conversation on Race”, Reddit co-founder Alexis Ohanian will describe how to “Make Something People Love.”
These are some of the thought-provoking and education-advancing sessions that I’ll be attending and writing about this year:
I’ll also be at booth #1215 with my Extreme colleagues. Make sure you come visit to see the latest in educational networking and application analytics. You can even pick up a $10 Amazon.com gift card while you are there. These are some of the specific demonstrations we’ll be showing:
You’ll need to sign up for a demo in advance to receive a $10 Amazon.com gift card onsite when you complete your demo.
Come to our customer reception on Wednesday, October 31 at Marlowe’s 7 – 9 p.m. for food, drink and a chance to mingle with Extreme’s executive leadership and technical teams. RSVP by emailing Brianna Butler.
I hope to see you in Denver!