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Tech Forum New York

On October 19, 2005, Tech Forum: "Breakthroughs and Best Practices for Technology Leaders" took place at the Palisades Executive Conference Center. Stay tuned for more about NEXT YEAR'S Tech Forum NY, which will take place in October 2006.

In the meantime, you can read about the 2005 conference program, sponsors and speakers. Click here to access the "conference vault" featuring copies of speaker handouts and presentations.

Tech Forum New York

Event:

Tech Forum New York
Wednesday, October 19, 2005
7:00 am – 4:30 pm
Palisades Executive Conference Center (IBM)
Rockland County, New York

Overview:

Brought to you by the team behind T&L magazine and the techlearning.com web site, Tech Forum represents "Technology & Learning in action."

Now in its fourth season, this high-powered, one-day event provides K-12 decision makers with thought-provoking content on the hottest topics of the day in education technology.

An engaging and intimate setting, expert presentations, and plenty of networking opportunities ensure that participants leave with practical tools and key contacts for continued rich communities of practice.

Program Topics Include:

  • Data-driven Decision Making: Lessons Learned
  • Video Conferencing and High-Bandwidth Connectivity
  • E-Learning: Virtual Courses and Schools
  • Digital Storytelling and 21st Century Skills
  • Classrooms, Content and Kids

Attendees Will:

  • Gain a year's worth of insight and empowerment in one day
  • Network with colleagues and peers in a productive yet casual setting
  • Explore groundbreaking education technology solutions, in their own "backyard"
  • Listen and Learn from renowned K-12 technology experts and innovators
  • Jump start planning for the 2005/2006 school year

Who Should Attend:

District and Building-Level Administrators; Technology Directors; Technology Coordinators; Librarians and Media Specialists; Mentor Teachers; Board of Education Members & other education staff involved in Technology planning.