Kids@Play and MommyTech at CES 2011


At the 2011 International CES, January 6-9, Las Vegas Convention Center, don’t miss Kids@Play and MommyTech, Saturday, January 08, 2011. Here’s a blurb that describes the event:

Play with the new toys and new tech designed to address the specific needs of kids and their families. Kids@Play explores the world of gear-toting digital kids who will become tomorrow’s digital citizens. We’ll reveal the latest games, toys and educational products certain to engage the most discriminating kids: from toddler to teen. MommyTech looks at how digital technology helps Moms do what they do every day: the impossible!

They’ve scheduled an awesome list of speakers.

Free Resources from Google Labs

Once at a UN meeting, I watched an angry debate about the cost of instructional resources. From that day on, I’ve been interested in this subject — along with other related problems such as the digital dark road, infrastructure barriers, gender issues, the content divide, and the lack of information.

Google has made available a large number of resources, and they are free. Click here to visit the site. By sharing these in ETCJ, I’m hoping that our readers will share other links to free learning resources.

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