We’ll be on hand to discuss K-12 professional learning and how an LMS can enable it
We’re so excited to visit the city of Chicago for this year’s ISTE conference from June 24-27. If you haven’t already signed up to attend, there’s still time. Of course, we’re looking forward to meeting up with old friends and making new ones along the way. If you’re going, feel free to follow us on Twitter for up-to-date information, or to share your thoughts using #ISTE18.
ISTE is our favorite place to connect, network, share knowledge, and generally have a good time. But there are few reasons why we think you might want to find the D2L booth (#2174) this year, and here are some of them.
Amazing VR experience
As education technology evolves, we’re convinced that VR is going to become a major feature and a major benefit to educators. In that spirit, we are offering a personalized VR experience at our booth so you can discover it for yourself. Come and try it out and see the educational possibilities that VR can offer. It’s also just fun, so you won’t want to miss out.
Swag and swag and more swag
Swag actually stands for “Stuff We All Get.” But in this case, it only refers to the stuff that you can get if you come by our booth. We don’t want to give away any secrets, but we do want to say that we’ve got some great giveaways. Also, when you sign up for the VR experience, we’ll enter you into a drawing for a VR headset so you can continue to enjoy your virtual reality, from virtually anywhere.
Let’s talk about professional learning
Not to get too serious about this, but we’re also very interested in telling you more about how the Brightspace platform enables an engaging and efficient professional learning program. Whether you’re a teacher or administrator, you’ll definitely want to check out what the future of professional learning can look like. We’re happy to sign you up for a demonstration or just have an informal chat to answer any questions you might have.
Please join us and say hello. But if you can’t, just check out our video on professional learning instead.