We didn’t go to ISTE this year (the largest, most fun edtech event ever) but we have made it our mission for the last few years to help collect resources that were tweeted out during the conference. @pgeorge and @shighley helped us build an amazing binder of resources. In fact there are so many hundreds of resources in this binder I thought I would write a blog post on different ways to navigate it.
You could spend all summer combing through this binder!
If you are looking for some of the recordings from the live Periscope, please go here.
Here are some tips for navigating the binder:
- The LiveBinder is organized by the format of the resources. The table of contents is a great place to start to get a feel for everything that is in there.
- Use the search bar at the top to search for a certain subject such as “inclusion” or “maker.”
- If you are really in a browsing mood, head over to the “Presentation Documents Shared” tab, as it houses hundreds of presentations from the event. There are some real gems there!
- One of my favorite tabs is the “Videos/Podcasts and Other Channels” because there is a lot of inspiration in there.
ISTE is over, but we are still working through the feed and adding great things to the binder.
A big thanks to Peggy George and Susie Highley for all the help! We welcome any feedback on what we can do better next year.