Virtual School Meanderings

April 16, 2016

[DEOS-L] Early-Bird Registration for Savannah – Meaningful Living and Learning in a Digital World 2016

Also from today’s inbox…

Please plan to join us for three days of inquiry and peacefulrejuvenation in a scholarly environment in Savannah, Georgia.

You are invited to engage in our second-annual meeting which explores one of the most important issues of our era – how to live and learn with technology in ways that add authentic value to our lives and to the world.

As we embrace the conveniences of emerging technologies in the classroom and beyond, we will explore ways to employ them with a people-centered approach that includes balance, compassion, healthy living, mindfulness and relationships.

The conference is sponsored by The Online Journal of Distance Learning Administration and theUniversity of West Georgia.

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