The Great Plains Summit Featuring Google for Education is a two day conference focused on the use of Google Apps for Education in K-12 environments. Topics range from productivity apps like Google Docs and Forms to exploration and research apps such as Google Earth to creative tools like YouTube and Picasa. Learn how to become a Google Apps master and discover what makes Chromebooks such a great option for anybody that finds themselves living in the cloud.
Nebraska Council of School Administrators (NCSA)
For handling our registration both online and on-site
Nebraska Educational Service Units
For both supporting and promoting the conference across Nebraska
Nebraska Educational Technology Association (NETA)
For promoting our summit. Be sure to attend the NETA Spring Conference held each April.
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"Thanks to all that were involved in bringing this great professional opportunity to the Great Plains!"
"This is wonderful, I hope it will be held back in Nebraska again next year. I would love to attend again."
"I want to come again next year and I want to bring my friends!"
"This was a phenomenal conference, and I appreciated the opportunity to attend. Thank you for putting it on, and I'm looking forward to next year's Great Plains Summit!"
"I am recommending this to all of our staff when school starts this month! I am a school secretary and I got so much information from this conference that I would HIGHLY recommend it to ANY School employees! I don't think you can attend the Google Summit without learning a bazillion things!"