ICE Conference - Workshops - Registration Closes Feb. 3rd

Workshop Registration Closes on February 3!

ICE Conference 2010There are only a few days remaining if you plan to sign up for any of the remaining full-day or half-day workshops at ICE Conference 2010. Workshop registration will close on Wednesday, February 3, 2010, so if you are interested in enrolling in any of the workshops that still have some seats remaining, we encourage you to act soon before they fill. Remember that if you are also planning to attend one or both of the general conference days, you can register for all of these events at one time by visiting our online registration system.

There are still openings in several workshops that cover a wide range of topics and grade levels. If you are looking to become more proficient in the use of software applications, you can find workshops on Joomla, Dreamweaver, Moodle, VoiceThread, GarageBand, iWork, and many others. Since workshops are structured as "hands on" learning experiences, you will be able to try out all of the tools and features while the ideas are fresh in your mind.

If you are more interested in exploring concepts that are not tied to specific software applications, the list of available workshops includes topics such as building school web sites, creating online learning modules, using geocaching as a learning experience, creating your own audiobooks, and incorporating blogs and wikis into classroom activities. Sessions on social networking sites, open source software, video production, Google resources, and Internet safety also have a few remaining seats.

Remember that if you register for a half-day workshop that meets from 10:00 am-12:30 pm on Thursday or Friday, you are also registered for all other general conference events for that day. You can attend the Keynote presentation before the workshop and sit in on other breakout sessions or visit the Exhibit Hall after the workshop.

ICE Conference 2010: A Learning Odyssey
Dates: February 23-26, 2010, at Pheasant Run Resort and Conference Center in St. Charles, Illinois
Read more about conference registration guidelines at
or click this link to take you directly to the online registration form.


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