Learn a new tool or new skill, explore future grant opportunities, or identify new ways to address your institutional challenges this year during hands-on pre-conference workshops that you have the opportunity to suggest. We are using IdeaScale to identify what workshops WebWise attendees would like to see at WebWise 2013.
Would you like to learn how to start a blog for your institution? How could you better use social media to engage learners? How might you run a competition to address institutional challenges? Would you like to create your own “app” or learn how to use an existing one? The possibilities are endless and the choice is yours. Suggest your idea for what you’d like to learn, try, or do at WebWise workshops this year. The most “popular” ideas, which is to say those workhops that have the most interest in the form of “thumbs up” agreement or comments are the ones we will use to create this year’s pre-conference workshops.
Don’t have an idea of your own? Vote on an existing idea. Offer comments, feedback, and support by either selecting the “thumbs up” icon to agree that you’d like to see a workshop idea offered at WebWise this year. The more support an idea has, the more likely it is to be offered.
On February 1, when voting closes, the conference organizers will publish a list of available workshops that conference attendees will then be able to “sign up” for and attend on Wednesday, March 6th.
There is every reason to get involved because WebWise 2013 will reflect the interests, challenges, questions, and concerns of its attendees — exactly what you’ve been asking for — so jump in and start shaping this year’s offerings!
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