12-02 ISTE conference keynote update - The crowd speaks!
Here is the current leaderboard for the ISTE conference keynote crowdsourcing project. Chris Lehmann holds his lead over Jeff Piontek. Gary Stager is climbing the charts.
At the beginning of this project round, I said:\n
The bottom line is that we all can have a voice now. It seems to me that ISTE is trying to make this voting area a closed space - separate from all of the other conversation spaces that we have available to us - and I just don't think that's either logical or feasible.
Sure enough, conversation about this round has been taking place in Twitter and in the edublogosphere:\n
See also a few posts from the last round, the first of which is Vicki Davis' excellent reflection on the whole process:\n
- Crowdsourcing or loudsourcing? \n
- ISTE educational technology conference: Crowdsourcing \n
- The difference between 'crowdsourcing' and being lazy \n
- Give me the ridiculous \n
- Need for radical reboot Dismissing the ISTE keynote \n
- The keynote I'd like to see at ISTE 2010: Vote and share yours \n
I'll try to post a daily update between now and December 15. Have you voted yet?
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