iNACOL Symposium from a distance #inacol13

sign3.titleThere are over 2200 people that are registered to attend the iNACOL Symposium in person so far and they are now beginning to arrive at the Dolphin Hotel and conference center in Orlando.

There are many ways others can attend from a distance. First, our Twitter stream is #inacol13. During the main keynote addresses, anyone can ask questions of the panelists / speakers via Twitter. Please put the word “Question” at the beginning of the tweet so we know you have a question to be answered.

The keynotes on Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday that will be live streamed or recorded can be found here. Ongoing conference information can be found via our online community. In addition, on Sunday, perhaps you would like to be part of our Global Networking PreConference which will include people from around the world? If so, register here and we’ll send out the link to join us on Sunday morning at 8:00 Eastern.

In addition, follow our Facebook page to see pictures uploaded by participants or tag your Instagram pictures with #inacol13.

We look forward to everyone participating in the symposium in a variety of ways to improve education across the world!

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