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Live from Seattle: T+L Conference

Tomorrow, I'll be traveling north a few hours from my home in Portland to attend the T+L Conference, sponsored by the National School Boards Association, in Seattle. While I'm there, I'll keep you updated by blogging here on Digital Education and Twittering, so stayed tuned.

And for those of you who can't make it to the conference, there's an online chat taking place at the conference about one of my favorite subjects—educational gaming in the classroom—hosted by Julie Evans of Project Tomorrow on NSBA's Web site. It's scheduled for Tuesday, October 28 at 1pm Pacific time, and you can submit questions in advance here.

I'm really excited to check out the conference and catch up on everything that's been going on in the ed-tech world lately. And if anyone else is attending, be sure to stop by the Digital Directions booth and say hello!

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