Calendar

 

 

November00

 

2-4, St. Louis, Mo.

National Middle School Association’s 27th Annual Conference and Exhibit,sponsored by the National Middle School Association, The America’s Center.Contact: (800) 528-NMSA, www.nmsa.org.

 

9-11, Anaheim, Calif.

Connected Classroom Conference and Exposition,Disneyland Hotel. Contact: (800) 487-3339, www.classroom.com/pd.

 

15-18, Anaheim, Calif.

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

 

16-18, Providence, R.I.

38th Annual New England Kindergarten Conference, sponsored by Lesley College, ProvidenceConvention Center. Contact: (617) 349-8922, www.lesley.edu/earlyedconference/kc/nek.html.

 

19-21, Syracuse, N.Y.

New York State Computers & Technologies in Education 35th AnnualConference, Convention Center at Oncenter. Contact: (315) 776-5631.

 

22-26, Paris, France.

EDUCATEC 2000, Paris Expo (Porte de Versailles). Contact: www.educatec.com.

 

28-December 1, Los Angeles, Calif.

Broad Band Wagon, Los Angeles Convention Center. Contact: (888)772-6540, www.calcable.org.

 

 

December00

5-8, Anaheim, Calif.

TeleCon 2000, Anaheim Convention Center. Contact: (877) 727-2917,www.teleconexpos.com.

 

7-9, Atlanta, Ga.

ASPEC 2000, sponsored by ASP Industry Consortium, Georgia WorldCongress Center. Contact: (770) 998-9800, www.aspec2000.com.

 

 

January 01

25-27, San Francisco, Calif.

Technology, Reading & Learning Difficulties,sponsored by Educational Computer Conferences, Inc. and co-sponsored by theInternational Reading Association, Grand Hyatt. Contact: (510) 594-1249, www.trld.com.

 

 

February01

28-March 3, Atlanta, Ga.

Innovations 2001, Hyatt Regency. Contact: (949) 367-2884.

 

March 01

7-9, West Chester, Pa.

Satellites and Education Conference XIV, WestChester University. Contact: (610) 436-2393, www.sated.org/eceos.

 

12-14, Tempe, Ariz.

Media Advisory, Arizona State University. Contact: (480) 965-9700, info@mecasu.edu.

This article originally appeared in the 11/01/2000 issue of THE Journal.

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