Knowledge without boundaries (KWB): Buckle up for a Virtual Trip

Knowledge without boundaries (KWB): Buckle up for a Virtual Trip

KWB 2018 was my first virtual research conference and I can share that it was a great experience for me. We used the Shindig platform to step across the boundaries of geography and time zones to share research and scholarship and to connect with scholars across the University. I have attended several conferences over the years and the KWB Virtual Summit followed the same pattern of the conferences I have traveled for. There were keynote speeches, innovative practice papers, workshops, hospitality rooms, and more. If you have never attended or presented at a research conference the KWB 2019 Summit is a great way to start. If you are excited about research and scholarship, as I am, it is time well spent for learning and knowledge sharing.

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Janice Cardwell



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