March 00

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. 

2th 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. 

NERCOMP 2000, New England Regional Computing Program, sponsored by

Educause, Sturbridge Host Hotel.

Contact: (303) 939-0326,


22-24, Denver, Colo. 

CITE 2000, “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

Leadership 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,


6-8, Salt Lake City, Utah. 

2000 International Technology Education Conference, sponsored by The International Technology Education Association.

Contact: (703) 860-2100,


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,


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,



 May 00

14-17, Crystal City, Va. 

CUMREC 2000, sponsored by Educause, Hyatt Regency.

Contact: (303) 939-0326,



June 00

26-28, Atlanta, Ga. 

NECC 2000, sponsored by the National Educational Computing Association (NECA), Georgia World Congress Center. Contact: (800) 280-6218,



July 00

21-22, Chicago, Ill. 

Fifth Annual Ethics & Technology

Conference, sponsored by Loyola

University, Chicago.

Contact: (312) 915-7394,


24-26, Arlington, Va.

Education Technology Conference,

sponsored by Society for Applied Learning Technology, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel.

Contact: (800) 457-6812,




August 00

17-19, Chicago, Ill. 

SchoolTech Expo Chicago, sponsored by Technology & Learning Magazine, Chicago Hilton & Towers.



September 00

13-15, Santa Clara, Calif. 

KMWorld Conference and Expo, sponsored by KMWorld Magazine, Santa Clara Convention Center. Contact: (800) 300-9868,


November 00

15-18, Anaheim, Calif. 

2000 Conference on Information    Technology, sponsored by League for Innovation in the Community College, Anaheim Convention Center. Contact: (949) 367-2884,

This article originally appeared in the 03/01/2000 issue of THE Journal.

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