Leadership Day 2008 - Summary

As you can see below, there were a number of great Leadership Day 2008 posts. If I missed someone, my apologies in advance. Please add your link in the comments section (I recommend using tinyurl.com) so that we all can find your contribution.


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Happy reading!

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The Faculty Room blog asked its panel of contributors to blog about effective technology leadership. Nine of them took up the challenge (awesome!):

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Finally, in case you missed them, here are all of the links from 2007:

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A HUGE thanks to everyone who participated in Leadership Day 2008. See you next year on July 4!

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