2013 was the year CEM went global -- add your global/international event or activity here

CEM Goes Global!

CEM 2013 featured hundreds of sessions from around the world this year. Here are archives of many, plus ongoing international events & activities you can participate in all year long...

Bilingualism For A Global Society

CEM bellwether edWeb and language software leader Rosetta Stone collaborated on this timely discussion of how to leverage English Language Learners' (ELL) multi-lingualism for success...

edGlobal Community

edWeb and the Software & Information Industry Association (SIIA) collaborate on a global education community that served up several tasty global CEM events; you can 'keep on keeping on' by joining the group (it's free!)...

Facilitating Intercultural Digital Exchanges

A free four-week course from TakingItGlobal and Hewlett-Packard to help you create international collaborations, offered 3x/year. Other courses: Challenge-Based Climate and Monitoring Rainforests...

Global Connections & Celebrations of Learning

A multi-practitioner-led Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) hosted CEM event discussing the rich opportunities for your school to participate in global learning celebrations. Clicking the title or image gets you not only the archive but related resources as well...

Global Ed Conference

This giant post-CEM global conference included more than 200 sessions--recordings for all of them are here, plus links to the rest of the conference site...

Global Encounters

TakingITGlobal's popular international video conferences continue for you and your students throughout the year--click the title or image to get access to all the upcoming events! Recordings of past sessions available here...

Global Mobile Learning Potential

The most collaborative webinar of the CEM season--edWeb, Wowzers, CoSN, ISTE, SIIA, SETDA, and UNESCO joined forces to discuss this key emerging topic...

Global STEMx

The first global STEMx conference (x=20+ other disciplines vital to science, but not included in traditional STEM curriculum) was a curtain-raiser for this year's celebration (all recordings here)...

iEARN Collaboration Center

Connected (and global) education pioneer iEARN was a key addition to this year's CEM, and opportunities to participate in its work continue year-round. Collaboration and global--a great way to celebrate 2014!

International Cyberfair

Take part in the CyberFair, now in its 18th year, an award-winning, authentic learning program in which students conduct research about their local communities, publish their findings, and best projects in eight categories get recognized (Oct 1-Mar 15)

It’s A Small World: Elementary Global Collaboration

The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) and the Florida Society for Technology in Education (FSTE) hosted this popular webinar led by award-winning Nancye Blair Black--click the title or image to get the archive and related resources...

Library 2.0

The third annual Library 2.0 conference was an international CEM centerpiece honoring the educators who have gotten so many of us online and connected--here's a link to the archives...

Mapping The Nation

The US Dept of Education's contribution to Nov.'s International Ed Week (in collaboration with the Asia Society, Longview Foundation, and SAS), an innovative interactive, 1M data point resource showing how each state & county is connected with the world...

Reform Symposium

The global Reform Symposium was one of the more popular CEM events, and it's been getting a lot of Eddie (award) love, too--get access to the archives of all 100+ sessions here...

VIF International

Global education leader VIF International was one of the most prolific CEM event providers, and their work continues. Click the title or image for upcoming events, this link for archives...

WISE Summit

The World Innovation Summit for Education, which brings together top policymakers and leaders from around the planet, was part of CEM--includes access to archives for a number of sessions that were NOT live-streamed, plus a whole lot more...