Ed. Tech. Conference Calls for Presentations

The 1997 Technology in Education Conference & Exposition, scheduled for April 21-22 in San Jose, Calif., promises to feature interactive, hands-on demonstrations of the latest products and expanded opportunities for dialogue among business and academic leaders.

Hosted by the California Community Colleges Foundation, the conference is open to executives, policymakers and educators at all grade levels. Five Pavilions will offer continuous presentations on different technology solutions, such as multi-sensory learning and network implementation.

T.H.E. readers are invited to submit a proposal to present a one-hour workshop related to a selected Pavilion topic. Presentations should reflect the diversity of California education and demonstrate collaboration among multiple entities. To submit a proposal, fax it to (916) 446-5885 or e-mail petercccf@aol.com.

Those who register for the conference before February 27 pay $150, a savings of $25; additional discounts apply for groups of 10 or more. California Community College Foundation, Sacramento, CA, (916) 446-5881, www.cccf.org.  

This article originally appeared in the 02/01/1997 issue of THE Journal.

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