Virtual School Meanderings

February 15, 2017

Digital Learning Day Is Eight Days Away! Here’s How To Get Ready!

From the inbox earlier today.

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Digital Learning Day (#DLDay) is eight days away!
Here’s how to get ready!

The momentum continues to build toward the sixth annual Digital Learning Day, Thursday, February 23. On that day, educators and students from around the country will participate in the nationwide celebration highlighting great teaching and demonstrating how technology can improve student outcomes.

We’ve got everything that you need to get ready for the day:

  • Planning a district, school, library, classroom, or online event? Add it to the map! Over 700 local events have been added to the Digital Learning Day map. Add yours today!
  • Want to promote your event? Download official DLDay classroom and library posters and other images on our graphics webpage.
  • Want to participate, but not sure what to do? Head over to our interactive lesson plans webpage to watch videos of lesson plans you can use or explore the Digital Learning Day map to see what others are doing.
  • Looking for additional inspiration? Head over to Twitter and follow @OfficialDLDay. We’ll be sharing ideas and events leading up to DLDay. Also ask questions and engage with your fellow educators using the #DLDay hashtag.

Digital Learning Day Webinar: To help kickoff Digital Learning Day, we’re hosting a free one-hour video webinar at 11:00 a.m. If you can’t watch the webinar live, don’t worry. The webinar will be recorded and archived video will be emailed to registrants for “on demand” viewing when it is available.

    Register now    
Follow Digital Learning Day on Twitter and Facebook
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Digital Learning Day
1201 Connecticut Ave NW
Washington, DC 20036

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