Knowledge without boundaries (KWB): Food for thought

Knowledge without boundaries (KWB): Food for thought

What makes a great conference? My thought is that you want to attend the next one, too. Such was my experience with KWB... The reason is summed up in three words: scholars, scholars, and scholars, with a lot of really savvy tech support and organizational skills at work behind the scenes prior to and throughout. 

Professionally, I came away with the following: an outline of our team’s journal article when preparing to submit to KWB for presentation, as well as a great dry run when presenting a PPT, grooming skills needed to present at another conference later on. Some presentations sparked ideas for subject matter in future articles. In all, the KWB experience was enriching and enjoyable, not to mention, inspiring. Personally, I was honored to be among so many who had traveled the same road to get to where I was at the time and to see and hear their good efforts to affect teaching and learning in a positive way. 

Enjoy the conference!

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