If you’re in D.C. this weekend, I can think of few reasons not to attend the Social Learning Summit at American University. In fact, the organizers — all A.U. students, by the way — have pulled together 10 reasons why you have to be there.
Here’s the event’s description:
This weekend conference, April 1-3, 2011, aims to bring together students, educators, and professionals to learn from each other and with each other about what’s next in education. Topics will cover a wide range of issues at the intersection of education, innovation, and social media, including what’s happening in classrooms now, what’s coming next, and what’s happening in fields such as advocacy, international affairs, politics, and more.
Now I just have to figure out what journalism in the social age looks like…