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Play, Learn, & Network with SIGMS - webinar tomorrow


Wednesday, Sept 21

Play, Learn, & Network with SIGMS: The Best PLN for Media Specialists - featuring Doug Johnson, Lisa Perez, Andrea Christman, Carolyn Starkey, Laurie Conzemius, Brenda Anderson, Tiffany Whitehead, and Maureen Sanders Brunner.

Learn how SIGMS can support your professional growth through a variety of virtual and F2f PD offerings, and volunteer opportunities. Hear how to be a contributor to our newsletter, The Scanner. Join us as leaders in our field share how they leverage their involvement with SIGMS to play, learn and network. Sept 21, 8PM ET

Join the Webinar here.

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Reader Comments (4)

Please realize that some of us are not "allowed" to see facebook. It's annoying when you see something that looks really great, and then click on it, and can't get the information.....

September 20, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterAnnette

Hi Annette,

I will forward your concern to our communications person. Thanks for pointing this out.


September 20, 2011 | Registered CommenterDoug Johnson

Are these webinars or transcripts posted somewhere else, so that those of us who missed it can still get the information?

September 22, 2011 | Unregistered CommenterGrace

Hi Grace,

The archived webinar is on the wiki:



September 23, 2011 | Registered CommenterDoug Johnson

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