OLPC SF Community Summit 2011 / Oct 21-23 / Registration Open!

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Sep 20, 2011, 12:14:25 PM9/20/11
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Missed out on the biggest OLPC/Sugar event of Oct 2010, where 150 people attended?  Now's your chance to catch up on all fronts, building connections with experienced learning/technology contributors flying in from almost all continents -- All Are Invited!  As we come together in our 4th year now catalyzing educational opportunity for the world's poorest kids:

OLPC San Francisco Community Summit 2011 is a community event that brings together educators, technologists, anthropologists, enthusiasts, champions and volunteers. We share stories, exchange ideas, solve problems, foster community and build collaboration around the One Laptop per Child project and its mission worldwide.  Panel discussions, "Birds of a Feather" sessions, speed-geeking and much more!

Thanks SF volunteers who've spent Months now making this happen again!!  See y'all in 1 month when I'll be flying with 2 veteran volunteers direct from Haiti:

Dear Friends,

Registration for OLPC SF Community Summit 2011 is now open: http://olpcsf.org/summit  As you know, the space is limited, so get in early and register before we send out the info on other e-mail lists and twittersphere!

I hope to see you all in four weeks!

Sameer Verma, Ph.D.
Professor, Information Systems
San Francisco State University

Kindly forward to all interested in exploratory educational technology & surrounding issues, Khan Academy, Internet Archive open e-books, Wikipedia & beyond!

And DON'T forget Saturday night's dinner in downtown SF, as well as Sunday night's Amazing Party 1hr NW in Bolinas -- details forthcoming here =)

Caryl Bigenho

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Be careful when you register!  Everbrite added $80 to my charges even though I did not authorize or ask for it.  Also, you only get 15 min to complete your registration so if you are registering more than one person, best to do them separately to have time to enter all details.


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