May 00


14-17, Crystal City,Va. CUMREC 2000, sponsored by Educause, Hyatt Regency. Contact: (303)939-0326,


June 00


14-16, Wallingford,Conn. ACCESS 2000, sponsored by Administrative and Campus ComputerEnvironments for Small Schools, Choate Rosemary Hall. Contact: (215) 247-4700,ext.169.


26-28, Atlanta, Ga. NECC2000, sponsored by the National Educational Computing Association (NECA),Georgia World Congress Center. Contact: (800) 280-6218,



July 00


11-16, Washington, DC. NationalAcademy Foundation 16th Annual Institute for Staff Development, sponsoredby the National Academy Foundation, Marriott Wardman Park Hotel. Contact: (212)635-2400,



July 00


21-22, Chicago, Ill. FifthAnnual Ethics & Technology Conference, sponsored by Loyola University,Chicago. Contact: (312) 915-7394,


23-28, New Orleans, La. SIGGRAPH 2000, sponsored by ACMSIGGRAPH, Ernest M. Morial Convention Center. Contact: (858) 581-3330,


24-26, Arlington, Va. EducationTechnology Conference, sponsored by Society for Applied LearningTechnology, Crystal Gateway Marriott Hotel. Contact: (800) 457-6812,



August 00


11-14, Northridge,Calif. HyperFest, sponsored by Knowledge Adventure, California StateUniversity. Contact:


17-19, Chicago, Ill. SchoolTechExpo Chicago, sponsored by Technology & Learning Magazine, ChicagoHilton & Towers. Contact:





13-15, Santa Clara,Calif. KMWorld Conference and Expo, sponsored by KMWorld Magazine, SantaClara Convention Center. Contact: (800) 300-9868,




October 00


15-18, Denver, Colo. 14th AnnualTechnology + Learning Conference, sponsored by the National School Boards Association’s ITTE: EducationTechnology Programs, Denver Convention Center. Contact: (800) 950-6722,




2-4, St. Louis, Mo. NationalMiddle School Association’s 27th Annual Conference and Exhibit, sponsoredby the National Middle School Association, The America’s Center. Contact: (800)528-NMSA,

This article originally appeared in the 05/01/2000 issue of THE Journal.