November 18 & 19, 2010
Crowne Plaza at Union Station | Indianapolis, IN US
The HECC (Hoosier Educational Computer Coordinators) 2010 State Conference is focused on providing those charged with implementing educational technology in Indiana schools with timely information and resources in order to improve communication, efficiency, and the integration of technology.
This conference includes a full day of hands-on workshops and a look at the latest technology in the exhibit hall. Some of the workshops include, Using the iPod Touch in Education, My Big Campus – Lightspeed, & Things students do and know that you don’t.
Learn more about the conference: http://www.hecc.k12.in.us/conference/index.cfm
With the recent release of the iPhone 4 and the iPad, prior generation iPhones and iPod touches are going unused in homes everywhere. At the same time preschools, kindergartens, and elementary schools around the world, public and private, are finding tremendous success with the use of high technology mobile devices for learning in classrooms.
Software developer, Steve Glinberg, has recently announced a recycling program for iPhones and iPod touches that aims to bring high technology mobile devices into classrooms.
Put your old iPhone or iPod touch to the best possible use – donate it to a school or to a program such as this so it can be put to productive use as a learning tool for children.
Click here to read the full Press Release