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A Very Merry UnTweetUp: #EdTechLN [Un]TweetUp

Our only #EdTechLN TweetUp of the holiday season will be hosted unconference style! Never attended an unconference? We'll kick-off it off with a Twitter poll vote to see what new tool you want to learn how to use, then host Paul Hill will draft the questions on the fly.

'Tis the season for giving, and for every friend you bring to the TweetUp, you'll be entered to win an #EdTechLN bluetooth beanie hat and other swag that will make even Santa jealous! Lurked but never participated in a TweetUp? Join in the conversation next week and you'll be entered too! Want to wear your Christmas jammies or an ugly sweater? Wear them, post a picture, and you'll receive double entries; why not?! Five people will be drawn at random to win!

Happy Thanksgiving everyone. We're incredibly thankful for the #EdTechLN community.

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