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Gearing Up for NECC

May has just started, and I'm already starting to hear more and more about the National Education Computing Conference coming up this summer. NECC, which is hosted by the International Society for Technology in Education, is taking place this year in Washington from June 28-July 1. And yes, I will be flying back to the East Coast to attend. In fact, all the DDers will be at the conference—covering the goings on and learning more about the latest trends in ed tech.

I've never been to NECC before, and I'm very excited to attend this year. For you veteran attendees, do you have any recommendations on what I should do or look for? I'd be curious to hear some of your experiences at this well-attended event.

If you can't make it, stay tuned to this blog or follow @digidirections or @kmanzo on Twitter for regular updates on conference sessions and events.

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