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Conferences > Internet@Schools East 2005
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Sponsored by MultiMedia & Internet@Schools Magazine
Internet@Schools East 2005 March 17-18, 2005

Hilton Washington
1919 Connecticut Ave. NWWashington, DC 20009
 
Final Program Conference At-a-Glance [PDF] Presentation Links
Computers in Libraries 2005 Internet@Schools West 2004 Internet@Schools East 2004

 




When Internet@Schools East made its debut in March 2004, it was a big success. One attendee told her library media specialist discussion list colleagues, “I went and it was the best conference I have ever attended. Go if you can.” Well, we’re back! So here’s your chance!

If you’re a K-12 library media or technology specialist with information technology and the Internet on your mind, we’ve got another packed, practical, and forward-looking program for you this year. Join your colleagues and 20 speakers in Washington, D.C., to learn how to leverage the Internet, make technology initiatives happen, and raise your professional skill set and profile. You’ll get an educational technology “infoboost” that will inspire you and serve you well back at your school or media center.

Internet@Schools East
, like its West Coast sister event, Internet@Schools West, is sponsored by MultiMedia & Internet@Schools magazine. This two-day conference covers practical topics, tools, and technology.

Internet@Schools East attendees can participate in I@SE and the co-located Computers in Libraries conference at a reduced rate and take maximum advantage of the Computers in Libraries Exhibit Hall.

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