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There's no doubt that iPadpalooza easily rivals any other state conference in Texas, including TCEA...not necessarily in numbers, or crowd-size, but in innovation. While I was impressed to see TxCTO Clinic 2015 last week modeling some impressive "conference strategies," it's clear that everyone has a lot to learn from how iPadpalooza has been organized.
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From 15 minute quick presentations, video wrap-ups at the end of each day that are played at the start of the next, the use of EventBrite (although I liked Sched.org more) to garner tickets, and EventMobi, there are many innovations. For example, the MiniKeynote on Day 2 was inspired, a way to cram awesome speakers and thinkers into their respective 3 minute slots.
Announcement: Join #etdrive, a Texas wide conversation focused on 3 strands using "push to learn" technology, VoxerChats. Follow these two steps to begin your learning journey now.Here is a round-up of my blog posts featuring sessions at iPadpalooza15. My thanks go out to the organizers, the people who presented, and my school district for supporting so many educators:
- Day 1
- Day 2
- Starting Keynote for Day 2 - MiniKeynotes
- Ending keynote for Day 2 - Guy Kawasaki
- iPhone App: Building Apps without Coding using Xcode
- iPad Stop-Motion
- iPads and 3D Printing
- AppSmashing eBooks with Book Creator
- Day 3
We'll have to wait for Day 3, but I will add those in...
By the way, since I must tweak the nose of my esteemed friends at Apple, all audio recordings and notes, blog posts were made using a Chromebook and Android phone. In fact, I didn't bring my iPad to the show on Day 2 (although I will have it with me on Day 3!).
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