Back in Washington, DC, This Year!!!
The challenge of change continues to affect all those in K-12 education. Change in the form of new and existing
internet-based technologies and internet-based learning environments. Change in how the internet is being harnessed
for education. Change in the internet itself as it infuses everything education-related.
Organized and moderated by conference co-chairs:
Information Today, Inc.
Moreau Catholic High School, Hayward, CA
All this change is, of course, affecting those very areas where you, the library media and technology specialists, are
practicing your craft … teaching, learning, advising, supporting, collaborating. Your efforts and your programs must remain
at the forefront as the education community ramps up in these difficult and fluid times to equip all students for life in
the 21st century. What a challenge!
To help you meet that challenge, join us at Internet@Schools 2011 where you can network face-to-face
with presenters and attendees addressing the same challenge, even while you blog, twitter, or text with colleagues far
afield. We're back in Washington, DC, at the Hilton Washington this year, where we’ll have another
information-packed 2-day event for you, with an opening keynote plus tracks and sessions on the latest school
library and education information and technology trends, tools, and issues.
You’ll be well served with ideas to take back to your school and media center.
Internet@Schools , sponsored by Internet@Schools magazine, will be held
in Washington, DC, on Monday and Tuesday, March 21-22, in conjunction with
Computers in Libraries 2011, so attendees can participate in
the co-located Computers in Libraries conference at a reduced rate and take maximum advantage of the Computers in
Libraries Exhibit Hall. Join us!