#MOREnet2017 – Connecting in the Internet of Everything – Keynotes and Featured Speakers Announced!
There are computer chips in everything- our cars, lights, coffee makers, TVs, clothes and buildings. Just about all day, every day we are somehow connected through the Internet. The Internet of Everything has given us richer experiences, simplified aspects of our life, and has allowed unprecedented opportunity for businesses and learning opportunities for students while enabling real-time virtual collaboration opportunities for patrons.
The Internet of Everything (IoE) extends beyond the Internet of Things (IoT) that emphasizes machine-to-machine communications to also encompass the very valuable people and processes. Join us for the 2017 MOREnet Annual Conference as we come together to strengthen our partnerships with our peers and learn new processes that will keep us Connecting in the Internet of Everything.
We are pleased to announce several featured speakers and our Monday keynote. Continue to watch the website as new featured speakers may be added.
Drew is a global education evangelist and rising star in the world of educational technology and motivational speaking. He currently serves as the Outreach Manager for the world’s leading augmented reality developer, DAQRI. Drew helps lead and establish DAQRI’s mission-driven programming to attract and serve multiple audiences in support of their Corporate Social Responsibility charter. He is also the Co-Founder of the internationally popular education blog Two Guys and Some iPads and AR Detroit, a local augmented reality meet up. Drew’s award-winning blog has quickly become popular worldwide, reaching 700,000 visits from around the world to date!
Join Tom Krause for a humorous and inspirational presentation that will leave you feeling aware and appreciated for the important impact you have on the students and people you influence and enrich daily. Tom is a 20-time contributing author to the Chicken Soup for the Soul book series and author of the book Who Takes Care of the Caretakers. Tom travels the nation as a motivational speaker and we are thrilled to bring him to you this fall.
Private Investigator and social justice advocate, Melissa J. Straub is a highly experienced and credentialed professional within the investigative and consulting arena since 1993 and is a licensed Private Detective in the State of New Jersey. In addition, Melissa holds a Bachelor of Arts in Political Science/Pre Law and Master’s Degree in Counseling and New Jersey & New York State School Counselors certifications, enabling a deeper understanding of current social justice and child advocacy issues. Armed with advanced technical certifications, she is able to provide a technical “spin” to a vast array of investigative scenarios. Melissa will present on Social Networking, Cyberbullying and The Internet: Navigating in The Digital Age.
Registration is now open for our Oct. 9-12 conference.