Calendar

January 00

26-28, Oshkosh, Wis.

11th Annual Classroom Technology Conference, sponsored by the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, Park Plaza International Hotel and Conference Center.
Contact: (920) 424-2367, www.uwopartners.org/ctc/.

 

27-28, New Orleans, La.

Grants and Funding for School Technology, "Proven Strategies for Capturing Your Piece of the $30 Billion Pie," sponsored by eSchool News, Hotel-Inter-Continental.
Contact (800) 394-0115, www.eschoolnews.com/events/gf/g-f.html.

 

27-29, San Francisco, Calif.

Educational Computer Conferences, "Technology, Reading & Learning Difficulties," sponsored by Educational Computer Conferences, Grand Hyatt San Francisco.
Contact: (888) 594-1249, www.trld.com.

 

February 00

2-4, Charlotte, N.C.

Year 2000 NCAECT Technology Conference, "A Whole New World: Teachers with Technology," sponsored by North Carolina Association for Education and Communications Technology, Adams Mark Hotel.
Contact: (336) 318-6048, www.ncaect.org.

 

8-9, Scottsdale, Ariz.

Innovative Thinking Conference, "Think Outside of the Box," sponsored by SHR Perceptual Management, Scottsdale Center for the Arts.
Contact: (480) 443-7431, www.itconference.com.

 

21-23, Atlanta, Ga.

Presentations 2000 Conference & Expo, sponsored by Presentations, Georgia World Congress Center.
Contact: (888) 204-1993, www.presentations.com.

 

22-24, Washington D.C.

5th Annual Conference on K-12 School Networking, "Digital Divide or Electronic Equalizer?" Sponsored by The Consortium for School Networking, L'ews L’Enfant Plaza Hotel.
Contact: (202) 466-6296, www.cosn.org.

 

27-Mar. 1, Orlando, Fla.

Innovations 2000, "A Conference Dedicated to Improving Student and Organizational Learning Through Innovation, Experimentation and Institutional Transformation," sponsored by League for Innovation in the Community College, Omni Rosen Hotel.
Contact: (949) 367-2884, www.league.org.

 

28-Mar. 1, San Jose, Calif.

Intranets 2000 Conference & Expo, sponsored by Online Inc., San Jose Convention Center.
Contact: (800) 248-8466, www.intranets2000.com.

 

28-Mar. 2, Orlando, Fla.

FETC 2000, sponsored by The Florida Department of Education, Orange County Convention Center.
Contact: (850) 219-9600, www.fetc.org.

 

March 00

1-3, Washington, D.C.

TeleCon East 2000, "Learning Without Limits," sponsored by Global Crossing, Marriott Wardman Park.
Contact: (714) 513-8452, www.teleconexpos.com.

 

6-9, Palm Springs, Calif.

TechEd 2000, sponsored by 3Com, Palm Springs Convention Center.
Contact: (916) 551-2041, www.TechEd2000.org.

 

9-11, Dallas, Tex.

Ed Expo 2000, "All Aboard the Ed Expo Express," sponsored by The National School Supply and Equipment Association, Dallas Convention Center.
Contact: (800) 395-5550, www.nssea.org.

 

7-8, Springfield, Mo.

11th Annual Southwest Education and Technology Conference, sponsored by The Regional Consortium for Education and Technology-Southwest, University Plaza Hotel.
Contact: (417) 895-2722, www.orion.org/ed/rcet/index.html.

 

13-15, St. Louis, Mo.

Midwest Education and Technology Conference 2000, sponsored by The Cooperating School Districts, America’s Center.
Contact: (800) 835-8282, http://info.csd.org.

 

15-18, San Diego, Calif.

33rd National Congress on Aviation and Space Education, "Touch the Future," sponsored by Civil Air Patrol, the U.S. Air Force Auxiliary, Town and Country Hotel.
Contact: (334) 953-7593, www.cap.af.mil/conference.

 

17-19, Dallas, Tex.

12th Annual T3 International Conference, "Teachers with Technology," Adam’s Mark Hotel. Contact: (800) 472-1796, www.ti.com/t3.

 

19-20, Pittsburgh, Pa.

Student Robotic Challenge 2000, sponsored by Society of Manufacturing Engineers (SME), Robotics International of SME, Robert Morris College.
Contact: (800) 733-4763, www.sme.org.

 

29-30, Meriden, Conn.

Learning Solutions 2000, sponsored by CT Distance Learning Association, Ramada Plaza Hotel.
Contact: (860) 870-3400, www.learning-solutions.net.

 

30-31, Austin, Tex.

The National School Technology Conference, "Visions and Strategies for Building a Winning School Technology Program," sponsored by eSchool News Communications Group, Hyatt Regency Austin.
Contact: (800) 394-0115, www.eschoolnews.org/stlc.

 

April 00

1-4, Anchorage, Alaska.

ASTE 2000 Conference, "Education for the New Millennium, sponsored by Alaska Society for Technology in Education, Egan Center and Hotel Captain Cook. Contact: www.aste.org.

 

1-4, Chicago, Ill.

NCA 105th Annual Meeting, "The Quest for Quality: Mission, the Commission, and a New Century," sponsored by The North Central Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Institutions of Higher Education, Hyatt Regency Chicago.
Contact: (800) 621-7440, www.ncacihe.org/.

 

12-14, Colorado Springs, Colo.

11th Annual Distance Learning Conference, "Technology in the Learning Century," sponsored by Telecommunications Cooperative for Colorado, DoubleTree Inn. Contact: (877) 797-5723, www.telecoop.org.

 

30-May 2, New York, NY.

SchoolTech Expo New York, sponsored by Miller Freeman, Inc., Hilton Hotel & Towers in New York City.
Contact: (212) 615-2939, www.schooltechexpo.com.

This article originally appeared in the 01/01/2000 issue of THE Journal.

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