PBS Learning Media Digital Innovators smile for the cameras with Newshour's Judy Woodruff. Courtesy @LDHirsh.

As I mentioned in a previous blog post, Victoria Bostic and I were in Virginia last week supporting Lesley McClendon at the PBS Learning Media Digital Innovators summit. She and 16 other exceptionally tech savvy educators from across the country were selected to be lead PBS Digital Innovators.

If you followed the Twitter hashtag #PBSDIsummit, you were able to take part in the summit conversations. New features being added to PBS Learning Media like a poster and quiz maker and interactive vocabulary tool generated many tweets.

More content like Mr. Rogers Neighborhood shows and YouTube like explainers on the U.S. Presidents also inspired many tweets.

A visit from PBS Newshour’s Judy Woodruff and Newshour’s Daily News Story staff caused a flurry of more conversations and picture taking.

It’s better to let Twitter tell the story. Here is a wrap up of the PBS Learning Media Digital Innovators Summit in Tweets

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