Thousands of educators around the country have been “blogvangelized” at my presentations and workshops. If you are interested in learning more about the transformational potential of the Read/Write Web at your school or conference, please e-mail me at will at weblogg-ed dot com.
“The Web Changes Everything” EduComm, Orlando, FL, June 7, 2006
“Blogs in the Classroom” WorkshopKeenesaw State University, Keenesaw, GA, June 6, 2006
“New Internet Literacies for Teachers”, Keynote Speaker, eLive, Edinburgh, Scotland, U.K., May 24, 2006 2005
TBD: Workshop and Featured Speaker, Maryland Distance Learning Association Conference, Baltimore, MD, May 1-2, 2006
“Web 2.0 Workshop,” Indiana Higher Education, Indianapolis, IN, April 20, 2006
“A Shifting Notion of What it Means to Teach,” Keynote Prsentation, NYSCATE Mid-Hudson Regional Conference, Wappingers Falls, NY, March 25, 2006
“RSS: The New Killer App for Educators,” MassCUE Technology Leadership Symposium, Worcester, MA, March 20, 2006
Featured Speaker, MACUL, Grand Rapids, MI, March 19, 2006
Featured Speaker, IL-TCE, Chicago, IL, March 2, 2006
“The Web Changes Everything”, Keynote, Tech Blitz, South Brunswick, NJ, February 21, 2006
Wikis in Schools, Bolton TLC, Bolton, UK, February 13, 2006
Full Day Web 2.0 in Education Workshop, eLearning 2006, Savannah, GA, February 11, 2006
Read/Write Web Workshop, Pinellas County School Disctict, Pinellas, FL, January 25, 2006
“On-line Communities: Blogs, Wikis and other Tools”, Full-day Workshop, Nassau BOCES, Garden City, NY, November 4, 2005
“The New Read/Write Web: Transforming the Classroom”, Keynote Speaker, Internet at Schools West, Monterey, CA, October 24, 2005
“Losing Your Digital Accent” Keynote Speaker Wayne Finger Lakes BOCES, Rochester, NY, October 13, 2005
“Read/Write Web Tools for Teachers” Full-day Workshop, Warren County Tech, Washington, NJ, October 10, 2005.
“Emerging Technologies for Media Specialists”, PLAN, Pensacola, FL, July 27, 2005
“New Internet Literacies for Educators” and RSS: The New Killer App for Educators, Building Learning Communities, Boston, MA, July 19-20, 2005
“On-line Communities: Blogs, Wikis and other Cool Tools”, Full-day Workshop, Building Learning Communities, Boston, MA, July 18, 2005
“Thank you for renewing and confirming my belief in the process of lifelong learning!”
–Ethel Kozlik, Principal, Morris-Union (NJ) Jointure Commission
“New Internet Literacies in the Classroom”, Keynote Speaker, Institute for Library Information and Literacy Education Annual Conference, Kent, OH, July 13, 2005
“Lessons Learned: A Panel Discussion about Creating Educational Communities Online”, Panel Moderator, National Education Computing Conference, Philadelphia, PA, June 30, 2005
“Effective Weblogs in Education: How to Create, Manage, and Communicate!”, Workshop, National Education Computing Conference, Philadelphia, PA, June 30, 2005
“New Internet Literacies in the Classroom”, Keynote Speaker, DePauw University K-12 Bridge Program, Greencastle, IN, June 2, 2005
“Welogs in Education”, Technology Committee presentation, New Jersey Principals and Supervisors Association, Monroe, NJ, May 6, 2005
“Welogs in the Classroom”, Kid Tech Day, New Jersey Department of Education, Trenton, NJ, April 22, 2005
“Welogs and Wikis in the Classroom”, NJ Business/Technology Education Association, Edison, NJ, April 14, 2005
“New Internet Literacies for Teachers and Students”, “RSS: The New Killer App for Educators”, and “Weblogs in Schools”, Featured Speaker, Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning Conference, Detroit, MI, March 18, 2005
“The New Internet Literacy”, Keynote Speaker, Internet @ Schools East Conference, Washington, D.C., March 17, 2005
“Wikis @ Your Library”,
Computers in Libraries 2005, Washington, D.C., March 17,
“Weblogs in Higher Ed.”
at Centenary College, Hackettstown, NJ, March 9, 2005.
“Build a Blog: Can you build it? Yes you can!” (pre-conference workshop)
Commons for Digital Education 2005, Columbus, OH, March 6,
“Weblogs in Higher Education” Faculty Workshop, William Patterson College, Wayne, NJ, February 10, 2005.
“New Internet Literacies for Teachers” (Workshop)
Whitney Institute Middle School, Bermuda, February 7, 2005.
“Weblogs 101 for Librarians and Media Specialists”
Media Association of New Jersey Annual Fall Conference, East
Brunswick, NJ, December 4, 2004.
“Weblogs and RSS in the Classroom” Kent Place
School, Summit, NJ, December 1, 2004
“Web Logs and RSS: Bringing the Power and Potential of the Internet to
Schools” at The
Conference for Managers of Information Technology, Mohonk,
NY, November 12, 2004.
Boundries of Learning: A Leadership Challenge” Seton Hall University, West
Orange, NJ, November 6-7, 2004.
the Higher Ed. Classroom at NJ
Edge Technology in Education Conference, Plainsboro, NJ,
October 13, 2004.
“With Will’s expertise, guidance and knowledge, I have been able to transform my broadcast journalism class through the use of blogs and share with my
colleagues the plethora of ways in which blogs can enhance education.”
–Amy Bowllan, Kew Forest (NY) School
“Weblogs in the
Classroom” at the Warren County
Inservice, Washington, NJ, October 11,
“Blogging” at the New England Library
Association Fall Conference, Manchester, NH, September 27,
2004, with Linda Braun.
Weblogs,” Warren County ETTC, Washington, NJ, August 25,
“Weblogs and RSS” and “New Internet
Literacies” at Building Learning
Communities, Boston, MA, July 29-31,
Featured educator in NECC keynote by Intel CEO
Craig Barrett, “Preparing
Students for the 21st Century,” New Orleans, LA, June 22,
“BLOG @ School: Understanding the
Opportunities, Implications, and Technologies”, NECC
Workshop, New Orleans, LA, June 21, 2004, with Tim Lauer, Steve
Burt, Tom Hoffman and Anne Davis.
in Education,” (workshop) From My
Classroom to Yours Conference sponsored by the Southern
Regional ETTC (NJ), Mays Landing, NJ, May 10, 2004, with Kevin
“Web Logs and Writing,”
(workshop) New Jersey Writing Alliance Spring Conference, Ewing, NJ,
March 19, 2004.
“The Next New Thing:
Create, Communicate & Collaborate with Blogs”,
Keynote Speaker, Internet
@ Schools East Conference, Washington, D.C., March 11,
“Web Logs in Education“,
Jersey Association of School Administrators Techspo 2004,
Atlantic City, NJ, January 29,
“Blogging in the classroom, lab,
library and school” panelist at EdBlogger
2003, San Francisco, CA., November 23,
“Web Logs and
Adminstrators” at the New Jersey Association for Supervision
and Curriculum Development (Northwest Region), Somerville, NJ,
“Web Logs in
Schools” at New Jersey Association for Educational Technology
Fall Conference, Lakewood, NJ, October
“Web Logs as Journalism” at Middlebury College, Advanced Student Technology Programs
Certificate Program in Digital Media Production and New Media Studies, Middlebury, VT, August, 2003
Circles to the Web: Blogging About Books” at the National
Educational Computing Conference (NECC) 2003, Seattle, June,
“Weblogs in the Journalism
Classroom” at the Journalism Education Association National
Convention, Dallas, November, 2002.