Hundreds of Educators Attend Gaggle EdTech Webcasts, Do You?

Let’s be honest. There are a lot, and I mean A LOT, of great resources for learning about edtech and online safety issues facing educators today.

About six times a year, we hold our own edtech webcasts, part of a series of live presentations with influential edtech professionals and educators. Each Gaggle webcast is recorded, so even if you can’t make one in real time, by registering you’ll receive an email with a link to the webcast recording and slide deck.

In September, we welcomed hundreds of attendees responsible for creating and maintaining their school or district website presence during the webcast, “The Importance of Creating ADA-Compliant Websites.” Janet Peters, project coordinator of accessible technology at the Great Lakes ADA Center, provided a ton of information and resources to help schools and districts understand the legal and technical challenges regarding website accessibility.

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