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Denied for TCEA 2012 Conference
Ah, sad news...too bad no one saw my session on Optimizing eLearning Opportunities as good enough to make the cut for the TCEA Conference.
Dear Miguel Guhlin,
Thank you for submitting a proposal to present at the TCEA 2012 Convention and Exposition. This e-mail is to inform you that at this time, your presentation for“Optimizing eLearning Opportunities” has not been selected for the 2012 program.
We will keep your proposal active and will contact you if an opening occurs. Correspondence is being sent to the primary presenter only. If you have co-presenters, please pass along all the necessary information to them.
Each proposal went through a comprehensive review and evaluation process. The committee looks at a variety of factors when selecting proposals, including how many sessions may have been submitted for one strand, whether the session might be considered “popular,” who is conducting the sessions, past evaluations, and so much more. We are also limited by space due to the number of rooms available at the convention center. It is a difficult and timely task, and every year, we must unfortunately decline many entries.
We appreciate your time invested in submitting a proposal and hope that you will join us at the conference. Thank you again for considering our conference and we look forward to seeing you at the TCEA 2012 Convention and Exposition.
Overview: This blog entry shares my first attempts to use a Chromecast HDMI dongle to stream non-supported Chrome browser video formats (MKV, AVI) using Chrome add-ons, as well as shares 3 tips. The 3 tips include: 1) Dealing with Non-HDMI television; 2) Chromecast Unfriendly Networks; 3) Streaming from Mobile Devices.
Question: I have some digital video files in MP4, AVI, MKV formats on my computer in my upstairs office. I want to watch them on my HDMI capable television without hooking the computer up directly to my television using my home wireless network and a Chromecast--which I bought this holiday. How do I do that?Response: As I considered this question, I realized that I'd done practically no research on this prior to purchasi…
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"What's Office 365?" asked a second grade teacher last week at a casual meeting. "My district is moving from what we have now to that." The transition, of course, was from MS Exchange and web-based email to Office 365. For the school district, moving to Office 365 will result in much greater efficiency and functionality than they have ever enjoyed. But that means this large urban school district has a lot of professional learning to engage in. Note: This blog entry originally published by TCEA TechNotes Blog the week of 07/4/2016. Be sure to follow the TCEA TechNotes Blog for updates and great resources! Also, note that you can sign up for free professional learning sessions!If you are a teacher in a district that is launching Office 365 in August, you have some time to get ready. Take these ten steps (five in this blog entry, five more in the sequel) to ensure you are successful in supporting blended learning opportunities that the new federal Every Student Suc…