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ISTE 2012 is coming up in mid June. The newest, best thing about attending Education Conferences is the number of connected educators who attend. Attendees get to meet face to face with people they have had a connected relationship with before ever meeting in real life. I would like to use this discussion place to connect with people before the conference even opens. It would be great to let us know if you are attending and how to best follow you. Twitter is my connection method of choice. Follow me at @tomwhitby on Twitter. I will be tweeting details of the event as the conference unfolds. If you are not attending the conference in person, following those who are, is a great way to get a feel for the conference. This is all part of being connected educators. So, to sum up: will you be attending #ISTE12, and what is your Twitter handle? Feel free to add any other comments as well.

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I look forward to seeing you all in San Diego! @stumpteacher

I'll be attending #ISTE12 and am so excited!  Hope to connect with members of my pln that I have been following for years.  Follow me at @rroysden on Twitter!  

I can't wait to see folks at ISTE12! You can find me on Twitter @DrSmartEd.
I will be there! As a SDSU alum, can't wait to get back to SD! @birklearns

Hi Tom!  This will be my first ISTE and I'm looking forward to connecting with so many great educators!

I'm on Twitter:  @lindayollis

:-)

This is my first ISTE! @MiddleLevelEd
Hopefully, going with a new job title and renewed verve for tech integration in our district, region and state (Wisconsin)! Very much looking forward to meeting everyone I've been following or collaborating with in the virtual world! Safe travels, everyone!

Thanks to my wonderful PLN I am the ISTE Newbie Project this year. I am looking forward to meeting many of my PLN members.  Of course I am there to connect, learn and share. 

I am at @cybraryman1  and just call me Jerry or Cybrary Man.  Yes, I give hugs! 

I'm on twitter as drsamoore. I am a newbie; associate professor at the University of Michigan's Ross School of Business. I'll be tweeting and blogging at www.samoore.com. I'm looking forward to learning from everyone I meet!

Looking forward to seeing everyone there! Twitter: @engagingedu

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