We recently asked our Tier 1 sponsors a few questions so our attendees can learn more about them.
See what Terry Smithson from Global Grid for Learning had to say…
How would you describe your organization in 1 to 2 sentences?
The Global Grid for Learning (GGFL), powered by EduTone, is a cloud-based Single Sign-On (SSO) platform designed for the education enterprise to enable safe, secure, and seamless access to all web-based resources and data in one easy-to-use place. GGFL helps schools save budget and free up valuable instructional time for teaching and learning, while relieving the technical and administrative challenges of today’s web-enabled world for educators, students, and families by giving users in any given classroom, school, district, region, or country a single point of access to all of their web-based resources.
What types of people would you like to connect with at EdNET and why?
We would like to connect with content providers or service providers that would be a good fit for our marketplace and would like to give additional exposure to their product either geographically or worldwide.
What 1 thing has most defined your success as a past attendee/sponsor?
EdNET is the best B2B conference in the country. It draws high-level executives from most of the companies that attend.
Is there a particular success story from a connection you made at EdNET? Or maybe a memorable EdNET story you’d like to share?
Sorry, what happens at EdNET stays at EdNET!
What is a fun or interesting fact about your organization (or you) that people might not know?
I am a musician and have played music with several musicians at several conferences.
Share something about yourself—last book you read, favorite TV show, dream vacation spot, your favorite saying, or the snack you must always have nearby—anything light and fun that would be an ice-breaker at EdNET.
Last book I read was The Concrete Blonde by Michael Connelly.