Calendar

JANUARY 99

24-26, Atlanta, Ga. TheInternational Conference on Women and Literacy, sponsored by theCenter for the Study of Adult Literacy at Georgia State University,Renaissance Hotel. Contact: Sandy Vaughn, (404) 651-1400,alcsvv@langate.gsu.edu.

26-28, Greenville, S.C.SOUTH-TEC Greenville Advanced Productivity Exposition, sponsored bythe Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), Palmetto Expo Center.Contact: SME Customer Service Dept., (800) 773-4763, www.sme.org.

28-30, San Francisco,Calif. Technology, Reading & Learning Difficulties, sponsored byEducational Computer Conferences, Grand Hyatt San Francisco. Contact:(888) 594-1249, www.trld.com.

29-31, Dallas, Texas.Anytime Anywhere Learning &emdash; Summit '99, sponsored byMicrosoft, Hyatt Regency Dallas. Contact: www.microsoft.com/education/k12/aal/events.htm.

FEBRUARY 99

1-3, Chicago, Ill.Presentations '99, sponsored by Presentations, Lakeside Center atMcCormick Place. Contact: (888) 204-1993, www.presentations.com.

17-19, Kissimmee, Fla.Interactive Multimedia &emdash; Winter, sponsored by the AmericanSociety for Training & Development, Hyatt Orlando. Contact: (800)628-2783, www.astd.org.

17-20, Los Angeles, Calif.CABE '99, Bilingual Education: Creating Voices for the Future, LosAngeles Convention Center, sponsored by California Association forBilingual Education. Contact: (213) 532-3850, www.bilingualeducation.org.

18-20, Denver, Colo. 1999School Equipment Show, Denver Convention Center, sponsored by theNational School Supply & Equipment Association. Contact: (800)395-5550, www.nssea.org.

23-26, St. Charles, Ill.The Role of Technology in Education IXX, "The Community Connection,"Pheasant Run Resort & Convention Center. Contact: Cheryl Spears,(847) 419-5065, ext. 34.

24-26, Washington, D.C.Fourth Annual Conference on K-12 School Networking: Learning for Allin the Digital Age, sponsored by the Consortium for School Networking(CoSN), Renaissance Hotel. Contact: (202) 462-9043, www.cosn.org.

MARCH 99

1-3, Vancouver, BritishColumbia. Thirteenth International Conference and Workshops onApplied Geologic Remote Sensing, sponsored by ERIM International,Inc., Hotel Vancouver. Contact: (734) 994-1200, ext. 3234,www.erim-int.com/CONF/GRS.html.

2-3, Costa Mesa, Calif.Quantum Teaching Workshop, sponsored by Learning Forum, Country SideInn. Contact: (800) 285-3276, www.supercamp.com.

4, Pittsburgh, Pa. ThreeRivers Educational Technology Conference, "Best Practices inEducational Technology," sponsored by the Carnegie Science Center,Carnegie Science Center. Contact: Linda Kent, (412) 237-3353.

4-7, Louisville, Ky.Kentucky Education Technology Conference, "Promoting theEntepreneurial Spirit," Commonwealth Convention Center, sponsored bythe Kentucky Department of Education. Contact: (502) 564-7168,www.kde.state.ky.us/ketc99.

7-10, Boston, Mass.Learning Technology Online 99, sponsored by Inside TechnologyTraining, Hynes Convention Center. Contact: (781) 433-1650,www.learningtechnology.com.

10-12, West Chester, Pa.Satellites and Education Conference XII, sponsored by West ChesterUniversity, Sykes Student Union Building. Contact: Nancy McIntyre,(610) 436-2393, nmcintyre@wcupa.edu.

11-13, Atlanta, Ga. EdExpo '99, the Georgia World Congress Center, sponsored by theNational School Supply and Equipment Association (NSSEA). Contact:(800) 495-5550, www.nssea.org.

17-20, Seattle, Wash. 1999Northwest Council for Computer Education 28th Annual Conference,"Electroglyphs: Communication with Tomorrow," sponsored by theNorthwest Council for Computer Education, Washington State Conventionand Trade Center. Contact: (360) 650-4760, ncce99@wce.wwu.edu,www.ncce.org.

18-20, Orlando, Fla.Florida Educational Technology Conference, "Wired to the World,"Orange County Convention Center. Contact: (800) 259-2318,tammy@mcraeco.com.

20-23, San Francisco,Calif. NAESP Annual Convention & Exhibition, sponsored by theNational Association of Elementary School Principals (NAESP), MosconeCenter. Contact: Lani Burnett, (703) 684-3345, lburnett@naesp.org.

27-30, Indianapolis, Ind.The International Technology Education Association's 61st AnnualConference and Exhibits, "Creating a World Class Profession,"sponsored by the International Technology Education Association(ITEA), Indiana Convention Center. Contact: (703) 860-4924,www.iteawww.org.

28-30, New York, N.Y.SchoolTech Exposition and Conference, sponsored by Technology andLearning magazine, Hilton Hotel and Towers. Contact: (800) 829-3976,www.schooltechexpo.com.

29, Indianapolis, Ind.ITEA Technology Festival, sponsored by ITEA, Ball State University.Contact: Charles H. McLaughlin, Chairperson Technology Festival,(765) 285-5649, 00chmclaughl@bsuvc.bsu.edu.

APRIL 99

7-10, Orlando, Fla. 32ndNational Congress on Aviation and Space Education, sponsored by CivilAir Patrol, Omni Rosen Hotel. Contact: www.cap.af.mil/ncase.

This article originally appeared in the 01/01/1999 issue of THE Journal.

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