The[PDF] and for the 2008 Ohio Digital Commons for Education (ODCE) Conference is now available. As a member of the conference planning committee and a track co-chair for the Moving Ohio Forward track, I got an early look at the sessions to be presented and can honestly say that they are an exciting mix of high-tech and high-touch ideas. For example, just in the Moving Ohio Forward track, there are programs about sharing digital learning objects, Creative Commons licensing of digital learning objects, a report on the pilot projects of enhanced online textbooks, and a “blank-easel” attendee participation session called Ohio Has Too Many (Fill in the Blank) Programs; Let’s Get Rid of a Few. All of that, plus a , the new Chancellor of the Ohio Board of Regents, and , means we’re going to have a great meeting!
Mark your calendar for March 2nd through 4th,, and we’ll see you in Columbus for the “Convergence of Learning, Libraries and Technology.”
(This post was updated on 10-Sep-2011.)
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ODCE 2008 is the ninth annual Ohio Digital Commons for Education Conference – The Convergence of Learning, Libraries and Technology. ODCE 2008 will be held March 2-4, 2008, in Columbus, Ohio. Pre-conference workshops will be held on Sunday, March 2. The full conference will begin on March 3.