If you attended TCEA in Austin recently, you may have noticed the abundance of mobile devices people were using to participate in sessions, workshops or just walking around the convention center and at social events.
I presented a session on using cell phones in the classroom that had over 200 participants join me in the web 2.0 lounge coordinated by Scott Floyd from White Oak ISD in Longview, Texas (the web 2.0 lounge was phenomenal!). I was honored and excited that so many people were interested in my topic! If you missed out on receiving a handout postcard, the QR code/URL to the right will take you to the resources shared during the session as well as additional ones for follow up at a later time. You can also use the URL if you don’t have a QR reader app to scan the QR code.
One of the activities that we did during the presentation was to create a slideshow hosted at Cellblock.com. If you attended TCEA and would like to share your photos taken during TCEA that you would like to share with everyone please email your photos to: firstname.lastname@example.org. We had some difficulty with the wireless internet during the session so some of the mobile devices with cameras may have had difficulty uploading pictures to the slideshow. Everyone that attended TCEA is invited to submit photos to the slideshow. I embedded the slideshow of the photos that were submitted during the presentation. It was great to see people submitting photos with iPads even though the wireless connection was up and down throughout the the session. It’s not too late to join the fun!