|Professional Development Opportunities and Education and Technology Conferences # 50
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This comprehensive list provides a range of options in Canada, the United States, Europe, Latin America, Asia, Africa, the Middle East, and Australia and Pacific Islands covering teaching, learning, and educational administration, as well as technology in education.
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|Open Educational Resources Part 1: Exploring OERs
|Diploma in Pedagogical Leadership
|Supporting Online Adjunct Faculty
|The Association for Science Education (ASE) Scotland
|Demo Day: Digital Credentials
|Designing Equitable, 3D, Curriculum-Anchored Assessments: Topic Study for K-12 Teachers
|An Introduction to International Quality Review (IQR)
|Open Education Week (OEW)
|Training and Facilitation Certificate
|Association of Technology Leaders in Independent Schools (ATLIS) Leadership Institute (ALI) Kickoff Event
|Connect Undergraduate Research Conference
|Robotics for Good Global Competition
|Research Data Access and Preservations (RDAP) Summit: Bridging Boundaries – Interoperability in the Data Community, 14th annual
|Instructional Design Certificate
|Rural Serving Institutions Affinity Network
|PBL 101: An Introduction to Problem Based Learning
|Introduction to Quality
|EDUCAUSE Leadership Series: Strategies for Advancing Women’s Leadership
|Master Mentoring: Grouping Learners and Sharing Learning
|Digital Preservation Storage 101
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