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ACEC2014 Posters - Help Share the Excitement

The first three keynotes for ACEC2014 have been confirmend and announced. Now we would like your help to share the excitement with your colleagues and your wider PLN.

Attached to this post are two posters which we would appreciate you displaying in your workspace and sharing digitally with interested colleagues. There are two different styles available so please download the one which best suits your audience - or display both!

Keynote Announcement

ACEC2014 is a major event on the national education calendar which features prominent Australian and international speakers; pre-conference master classes and tours; a comprehensive program of academic research and exemplary K-12 classroom practice; a rare and dynamic unconference component; a trade exhibition, as well as an exciting social program. 

Dr. Alec Couros (Canada), Kathy Schrock (USA) and Professor Toni Downes (Australia) are a few of the prestigious keynotes speakers confirmed for ACEC2014.

Suggest a Keynote

Share your keynote suggestions with the ACEC2014 Program Committee

At every Australian Computers in Education Conference, the program committees work hard to recruit the best keynotes possible and these have included Dr. Milton Chen, Professor Sasha Barab, Alan November, Adam Elliott, Dr. Gary Stager and many other leading presenters.

For ACEC2014 and the title of “Now It’s Personal”, we would like to hear your suggestions for keynote speakers.

Who do you think would deliver an inspiring and vibrant message?

A few things to keep in mind:

Spread the Word

We at ACEC2014 would love everyone to help spread the word about the upcoming national conference and create a buzz of excitement.

So help us make ACEC2014 personal by sharing your commitment to the conference with your PLN. You can do this by putting a badge on your webiste, blog or wiki to let your network know how to find out about ACEC2014. So if you're thinking of coming or considering writing a paper then why not share that with your network.

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