February 00February 00

11-13, Scottsdale, Ariz.
Making the Technology + Education
, sponsored by The National School Boards Association’s National Affiliate Program and Technology Leadership Network, Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort.
Contact: (800) 950-6722,

21-23, Atlanta Ga.
Presentations 2000 Conference and Expo,
sponsored by Presentations, Georgia World Congress Center.
Contact: (888) 204-1993,

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,

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,

28-Mar.1, San Jose, Calif.
Intranets 2000 Conference & Expo,
sponsored by Online Inc., San Jose
Convention Center. Contact: (800)

28-Mar. 2, Orlando, Fla.
FETC 2000,
sponsored by The Florida Department of Education, Orange County Convention Center.
Contact: (850) 219-9600,

March 00

1-3, Washington, D.C.
TeleCon East 2000, “Learning Without Limits,”
sponsored by Global Crossing, Marriott Wardman Park.
Contact: (714) 513-8452,

6-9, Palm Springs, Calif.
sponsored by The Community College Foundation, Palm Springs Convention Center.
Contact: (916) 551-2041,

6-9, Los Angeles, Calif.
Computer Telephony Expo,
sponsored by Computer Telephony, Los Angeles Convention Center.
Contact: (888)428-3976,

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,

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,

10-12, Scottsdale, Ariz.
Making the Technology + Education Connection,
sponsored by The National School Boards Association’s National Affiliate Program and Technology Leadership Network, Holiday Inn SunSpree Resort.
Contact: (800) 950-6722,

11-14, Austin, Tex.
SXSW Interactive Festival,
sponsored by Cirrus Logic, Austin Convention Center.
Contact: (512) 467-7979,

13-15, St. Louis, Mo.
Midwest Education and Technology Conference 2000,
sponsored by The Cooperating School Districts, America’s Center.
Contact: (800) 835-8282,

13-15, Fort Lauderdale, Fla.
2nd Annual Education Industry Investment Forum,
sponsored by the Institute for International Research, Hyatt Regency Pier 66.
Contact: (888) 670-8200.

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,

17-19, Dallas, Tex.
12th Annual T3 International Conference,
“Teachers with Technology,” Adam’s Mark Hotel.
Contact: (800) 472-1796,

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,

19-21, Sturbridge, Mass.
sponsored by Educause, Sturbridge Host Hotel.
Contact: (303) 939-0326,

22-24, Denver, Colo.
CITE 200, “Best Practices in Online Education,"
sponsored by, Hyatt Regency.
Contact: (303) 632-1640,

29-30, Meriden, Conn.
Learning Solutions 2000,
sponsored by CT Distance Learning Association, Ramada Plaza Hotel.
Contact: (860) 870-3400,

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,

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.

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,

This article originally appeared in the 02/01/2000 issue of THE Journal.

comments powered by Disqus

White Papers:

  • Creating Magic in the Classroom PDF Screenshot

    Download this informative Executive Summary from an exclusive event aimed to provide educators, administrators and IT leaders with practical tools for integrating technology into the classroom. Read more...