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Jim Nottingham Nov 3
Getting ready to leave Philly later today. Thanks Educause! for all the hard work has been thought provoking
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Paras Education​ Nov 2
You can change the story for one child When you sponsor a child,you have the incredible experience of seeing your impact firsthand. 
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Mark_Roman Nov 3
I have learned so much at EDUCAUSE ... and this was the capstone lesson: “Freedom is a light for which many have died in darkness”
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Karen Wetzel Nov 3
Do you want to find out more about how to engage in ? Let’s chat! (And I’d love your ideas for new working groups)
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sppitt Nov 3
One of the most important posters at celebrates volunteers, who are a vital part of "all this."
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Jim Nottingham Nov 3
In women’s CIO session ....Probably daft question but does Educause have a ‘informal’ CIO mentoring pool?
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Janet Scannell Nov 3
Temple Grandin rocked
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Anne Wood Nov 3
Many thanks for all the inspiration provided by my friends and colleagues at !
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Angela Cavaliere Nov 3
Wonderful session-women CIOS perspectives on the ascension to leadership. Featuring MCCC's very own Celeste Schwartz
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Cynthia Golden Nov 4
One of the best things about : being with so many really smart people!
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Christina Parenteau Nov 3
This! Let kids take different kinds of maths!
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Paul Nov 3
Chasing the sunset home. Thank you all for a really excellent
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Nov 14
The choice to learn happens in the first few seconds. How are we framing it? What is the environment communicating?
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glenda Bailey Nov 3
I don’t want an instruction book... I just want it to work. -Temple Grandin
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kate lenert Nov 3
Temple Grandin- refreshing, energizing, thinker. Cannot package her . Don't even try!
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Kyle E. Johnson Nov 8
If you also missed this due to the packed room at , here’s a good summary. How did 3 higher ed CIOs reimagine their institutions' IT organization?
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David J. Hinson Nov 3
16k steps today. Tourist achievement unlocked.
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Google For Education Nov 3
Take a look at these notes from to see how college students would like to see their experience transformed.
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Mur Muchane Nov 3
Home from , best thinking in IT. Smiling at the creative welcome home!
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Dr. Nathan Lang-Raad Nov 24
Awesome teachers don't plan the same thing as last year. They always question, "is there a better way?"
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