25-27, San Francisco,Calif. Technology, Reading & LearningDifficulties, sponsored by Educational Computer Conferences, Inc. andco-sponsored by the International Reading Association, Grand Hyatt. Contact: (510) 594-1249,


8-9, New Orleans, La. TheFocus of Grants & Funding for School Technology Conference, Hyatt Regency. Contact: (800) 394-0115 x199,


20-22, Washington,D.C. Web of Change, L'ews L’Enfant Plaza Hotel. Contact: (202) 624-1775,


26-28, Columbus, Ohio. OhioSchoolNet State Technology Conference, Columbus Convention Center. Contact:(800) 578-8230,



28-March 3, Atlanta,Ga. Innovations 2001, Hyatt Regency. Contact: (949) 367-2884.




7-9, West Chester, Pa. Satellitesand Education Conference XIV, West Chester University. Contact: (610)436-2393,


12-14, Tempe, Ariz. MediaAdvisory, Arizona State University. Contact: (480) 965-9700,




17-20, San Diego,Calif. IHRIM2001: Explore the Force of the Future, San Diego Convention Center. Contact: (312) 321-5141,

This article originally appeared in the 12/01/2000 issue of THE Journal.

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