When I say there were a lot of sessions on these topics, I mean probably 10 or more each. One of the problems with the sessions though was that if you didn't get to the session 30-45 minutes early, you were not likely to get in. You literally needed to skip going to one session period to get to one the next period that you really wanted to see before everyone else got there.
Fortunately ISTE recorded 49 of the sessions, including one by our own PJ Giles and Sallie Warnecke on Creative Collaboration Using Comic Life. Unfortunately they can be a little difficult to find. If you would like to view the recorded sessions (Approx. 1 hr. each) Go to http://www.isteconference.org/2012/ Then under the Quick Links, click on Search the Program. You are taken to the Custom Search page. At the bottom of that page is a section called Other Search Options. Click on the expand button and one of the options then listed is Video-on-Demand. Click on that checkbox, then New Search and you will be taken to the list of sessions that were recorded.