August 00

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


17-19, Chicago, Ill. SchoolTech Expo Chicago, sponsored byTechnology & Learning Magazine, Chicago Hilton & Towers. Contact:



September 00

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


20-21, Miami, Fla. Technology 2000: Building on a SolidFoundation, sponsored by the Miami-Dade County Public Schools system, MiamiBeach Convention Center. Contact: (305) 995-1728,



October 00

2-4, Orlando, Fla. 2nd Annual eSchool Technology ManagementConference, sponsored by eSchool News, Hyatt Orlando. Contact: (800)394-0115 x199,


10-13, Nashville, Tenn. Educause2000, sponsored by Educause, Opryland Hotel and Convention Center. Contact:(303) 449-4430,


25-28, Denver, Colo. 14th Annual Technology + Learning Conference,sponsored by the National School Boards Association’s ITTE: EducationTechnology Programs, Denver Convention Center. Contact: (800) 950-6722,


29-31, Raleigh, NC. Eighth Annual National Quality EducationConference, sponsored by the American Society for Quality, SheratonImperial Hotel and ConventionCenter. Contact: (800) 248-1946,



November 00

2-4, St. Louis, Mo. National Middle School Association’s 27thAnnual Conference and Exhibit, sponsored by the National Middle SchoolAssociation, The America’s Center. Contact: (800) 528-NMSA,


15-18, Anaheim, Calif. 2000 Conference on Information Technology,sponsored by League for Innovation in the Community College, Anaheim ConventionCenter. Contact: (949) 367-2884,


19-21, Syracuse, NY. New York State Computers & Technologiesin Education 35th Annual Conference, Convention Center at Oncenter.Contact: (315) 776-5631.

This article originally appeared in the 08/01/2000 issue of THE Journal.