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Wireless EdTech 2012 Teaser

The future of education is wireless. Join us at Wireless EdTech 2012 as we break through existing barriers and coordinate across a diverse group of stakeholders, including leaders in business, K-12, higher education and government. It is the premier conference to focus on major issues in research, practice and policy that must be resolved to realize the full potential of mobile broadband for learning.

Students Use Smartphones in the Classroom

Working with the North Carolina Department of Public Instruction and Digital Millennial Consulting, Project K-Nect is a Wireless Reach funded pilot program that began during the 2007-2008 school year to discover if 24/7 connected smartphones could play a role in enhancing student engagement and learning. Play Video

Students Use Augmented Reality

The Augmented Reality Experience (ARE) uses 3G connected smartphones to help young students learn the history of Asian art. For more information, please visit Qualcomm's Wireless Reach website. Play Video

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  • Titanium Sponsor: Wireless Reach from Qualcomm
  • Platinum Sponsor: The Wireless Foundation
  • Silver Sponsor: Kajeet- smart solutions for kids
  • Silver Sponsor: Ruckus- Simply Better Wireless

Keynote Speakers

Karen Cator

Karen Cator is President and CEO of Digital Promise. From 2009-2013, Karen was Director of the Office of Educational Technology at the U.S. Department of Education, where she led the development of the 2010 National Education Technology Plan and focused the Office’s efforts on teacher and leader support. Read more...

Robbie Melton

Robbie Melton

As TBR’s Associate Vice Chancellor of eLearning and Emerging Mobilization Technology, Melton’s innovative and ground-breaking work touches the daily lives of more than two hundred thousand students and educators served by Tennesee’s statewide education system. Read more...