As SXSWedu draws near, it's helpful to reflect on some of the changes for this year's event. Whether you're a first-time attendee or SXSWedu alum, getting familiar with new parts of the program will make your time in Austin more efficient and enjoyable.
The Chronicle of Higher Education will be hosting a three-part special program on Thursday, March 10, in the Hilton Austin Downtown. This event is offered exclusively to SXSWedu registrants and will feature a Morning Mixer followed by two sessions that highlight innovations in teaching and big ideas for transforming the academic enterprise.
On the International Day of Women and Girls in Science, we are excited to celebrate some of the voices inspiring and empowering young girls and women globally.
With SXSWedu less than one month away, there is no shortage of things to look forward to! Today's announcement adds even more excitement for the highly anticipated March event. Browse the list of new additions below and remember to add them to your online schedule.
Are you ready for SXSWedu? Finalize your travel plans, book your flight, and make sure your hotel reservations are in place before you leave for Austin.
Make sure to check out OYLER, selected for this year's SXSWedu Film lineup, and don't forget to build more film screenings into your online schedule.
Get a crash course on four individuals who work to enrich the lives of students through effective social and emotional learning (SEL) and the various ways that SEL can be utilized!
SXSWedu is pleased to announce the success of the #TESinnovates Educator’s Giveaway, where we asked educators from all over to show us how they innovate in the classroom by posting on social media. One hundred lucky winners were chosen to receive a free 2016 SXSWedu badge courtesy of TES!
The final discount deadline for SXSWedu 2016 is only one week away. Purchase your badge before Friday, February 12 at 11:59 PT to save 10% off the walkup rate.
NAS: Time is Illmatic chronicles the construction of Illmatic, Nas's first full length album through concept, production and societal influences.
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