Twitter Chat: How to Participate in #NCCEchat

This Wednesday marks our first #NCCEchat. Our goal is to connect with members on a monthly basis and chat about all things edtech. New to Twitter chats? Let me explain how one works. Here are 5 steps to having a good Twitter chat experience. Step 1 - Find a chat. Our chat is #NCCEchat and takes place on the last Wednesday of each month (7 p.m. PST). You can also find a comprehensive schedule of educational chats on Jerry Blumengarten's (@cybraryman1) website. Step 2 - Select a platform. Some chats provide an environment for tweeting, whereas most let you use your own app or preferred site. I'm a big fan of Tweetdeck and Nurph. Both require your standard Twitter account and will give you an easy platform for following the chat. I would not recommend using the standard Twitter page or...Read More

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2015 Conference OneNote

Conference Presenter Resources

In this NCCE 2015 conference OneNote, you can easily find conference resources that will help you prepare before the conference, stay engaged during the conference and follow up after the conference.


2015 Conference Program

The NCCE 2015 Conference Program is now available in PDF format. It's about a 7.4 MB download, or click on the image below to page through it while online.





NCCE is a professional learning organization for educators and hosts the largest education conference in the Northwest. Founded in 1971, NCCE has a solid foundation advocating for the effective use of technology in education.  With a focus on 21st Century skills, NCCE works to provide best practices to educators with the goal of enhancing student success. 

NCCE provides resources and innovative professional learning opportunities to educational communities throughout their career. Our professional learning specialists have a broad range of expertise and provide customizable, relevant training on topics important to educators.  NCCE works with K-20 educators and pre-service teachers to personalize learning experiences and strategically align technology initiatives with other state, district and school initiatives.

NCCE partners with educators, educational leaders, affiliates and corporations to enhance teaching and learning through our conference, professional development and resources.  An affiliate organization of the International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE), NCCE has a membership base from Idaho, Montana, Oregon and Washington.