Extend Your @GlobalEdCon Experience
Engage with the Global Education Conference Community
Welcome to Our Free and Online Event
Here are some tips for making the most of your conference experience during International Education Week and beyond.
Our other conference flyers include:
Tip #1 : Fill Out Your Profile
Consider filling out your profile so that other community members can learn more about your work. A well developed profile will facilitate professional networking opportunities.
Tip #2: Volunteer and Support Presenters
Tip #3: Use Twitter as the Conference Backchannel
Here are some other twitter lists that will help you find people and organizations related to global education. These lists will be updated periodically.
Tip #4: Blog About the Conference
*This is required if you are going to request a certificate of attendance.
Tip #5: Browse Our Discussion Forum
Feel free to promote your event, resource, or project in this space. Conference Co-Chair Lucy Gray will send useful posts out over social media channels in order to publicize projects, etc.
Tip #6: Explore Our Social Media Channels
- Facebook (community news and resources)
- Twitter (microblogging)
- LinkedIn (professional networking)
- Paper.li (daily digital newspaper with global ed resources)
- Diigo (social bookmarks)
- YouTube (videos; keynote archives)
- Google+ Community
Check out this social media aggregation from Chris Smith (aka @shamblesguru)
Also, Tagboard makes things easy to see our conference posts: https://www.tagboard.com/globaled13
Tip #8: Join an Affinity Group
Tip #9: Visit the Sites of our Core Sponsors
The full list of conference partners and sponsors is available here, and this page serves as a great directory of all things related to the conference. Thank you to all of our supporters and friends!