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November 2010

Join Us in Orlando in Novembr!

Find the times, locations, and details of the events mentioned at right in your Convention Program, which you can pick up at the Registration Desk at the Coronado Springs Resort, Veracruz Exhibit Hall.

Wondering How to Get from Here to There?
See these
transportation tips from the folks at Disney.

Centennial Photo
We'd love to have all of our leaders join us on Saturday for a group picture of our 100th Convention; wear your Centennial t-shirt!

NCTE's 100th Anniversary!

Centennial Film
Help kick off the celebration of NCTE's 100th anniversary with the premiere of the Centennial Film, Reading the Past, Writing the Future, right after the Annual Business Meeting.

Centennial 5K Fun Run/Walk
There are a few spots open for the Centennial Fun Run/Walk on Saturday; if you haven't registered and would like to take part, check in at the Registration Desk for details.
If you have registered, be sure to pick up your t-shirt and race number at the Registration Desk. 


Your Convention as an NCTE Leader

As a leader of the Council use this year’s Annual Convention to network with other leaders, to contribute to Council and policy discussions, to listen to special speakers, and, especially this year, to get excited about NCTE's Centennial! Be sure to take advantage of the following opportunities while you’re in Orlando.

Network with Leaders

Contribute to Council and Policy Discussions

Listen to Special Speakers, Such As

Get Excited about NCTE's Centennial


Share Your Convention Experience
through the Connected Community

NCTE's Connected CommunityConnect with fellow conventiongoers and share your presentations for this year's Convention through discussions in the 2010 NCTE Annual Convention Connected Community

If you haven't checked into the Connected Community yet, here are a few tips to get you started:

  • Visit the Connected Community, log in with your member ID and password, provide a brief profile, and set your communication preferences.

  • Go to the "My Profile" tab to fill in or update your biographical information and to network with others who share your interests.

  • Click on "My Preferences" to set your privacy settings -- you control what you wish to share with others and how and when you would like to be notified of activity in the Connected Community.

  • Visit "My Subscriptions" and you'll see that you are immediately eligible to start participating in discussions or uploading files/videos/presentations/Web links that are germane to any NCTE leadership group you belong to.

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