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Indiana Participates in National Digital Learning Day
Visit the Digital Learning Day (DLD) website for more on the national celebration and resources, but plan on being part of Indiana's Digital Nation by participating in our statewide projects!
Each day in February 2012, the Indiana Department of Education (IDOE), along with some of our educational partners, including Evansville Vanderburgh School Corporation, Promoting Achievement through Technology and Instruction for all Students (PATINS) and New Tech, will introduce a new online resource complete with tutorials and tips. The challenge is for you to explore the shared tool and post a reflection about how you could use it to enhance student learning or teach more effectively. Not every tool will be new to you, so participants are encouraged to share what they've learned from using the tools in their classrooms.
We have a YouTube channel devoted to digital learning stories. Share what's going on in your classroom, your school or your district by posting a one-minute video to our YouTube channel. This video archive will showcase many of the ways digital learning is being utilized to engage Indiana learners. For more details on how to share your digital story visit our 29-Day Web 2.0 Challenge blog.
Join Indiana educators as we "Leap Into Digital Learning" on February 1, 2012 as part of National Digital Learning Day (DLD). Governor Daniels officially proclaimed February 1, 2012 as Digital Learning Day in Indiana!
How will you celebrate digital learning? Be part of the Twitter conversation @DLDay2012 or #DLDay.