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Top 5 Reasons to Visit EduTechGuys at #FETC

Are you going to FETC this year!? That is awesome! While you’re there, drop by the EduTechGuys table outside of S230 at the top of the escalators leading to the Exhibit Hall. Why should you do such a thing? Let us count the reasons:

5. This is your chance to hear from a presenter BEFORE they present their session.

If you’re on the fence about attending a certain session, check our schedule and see if your presenter is sitting down with us. Hearing a quick interview beforehand might help you decide if it’s the right session for you.

4. This is your chance to hear a presenter AFTER they present their session (it all depends on when they signed up)!

Missed a session and want to find out what you missed? Had a great time in a session and want to learn more from the presenter? Check the schedule and see if they are sitting in the hot seat!

3. You might be inspired to sit down and share YOUR story!

Tell us about your educational journey and your integration of technology in the ever-changing edtech universe.

2. See with your own eyes how you can bring podcasting to your educational environment.

Check out the mics, computers, and other equipment the guys use to create their live and recorded podcasts. See how much and/or how little you need to get the job done!

1. We’re like eye candy… for the radio!

See? We tried to warn ya...

See? We tried to warn ya…

BONUS: *AND, You can ask us for directions to the restrooms, registration booths, and the exhibit hall! After all, we are often mistaken for two people that know where things are. 

No matter what you choose to do, be sure to take advantage of all that FETC has to offer. Stop and visit vendors, talk to strangers (despite the advice from Rick Springfield), mingle and share! This is YOUR opportunity to learn, improve, and take those chances that you’ve been telling yourself you were going to do all year. Spread the word! Use #FETC!

Remember: You can stop and talk to us. We’ll point you in the right direction.

#Conferences #fetc #podcasts

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