The Internet@Schools track at Computers in Libraries 2013 is a two-day track created especially for
library media and technology specialists and other educators who are using the internet and technology in K-12 schools.
Sponsored by Internet@Schools magazine, the track covers technology, tools, trends, and practical
topics, and takes place during the first two days of Computers in Libraries in Washington DC.
That's April 8 and 9, 2013
You Are Invited...
If you are running an innovative program through your school library or media/technology center that is helping your students learn or
your colleagues teach, or if you are willing to share your practical tips, tools, or techniques about using technology and the Internet
in schools, we want you! Please volunteer to speak at the Internet@Schools track at Computers in Libraries.
Submit a proposal using the online form as
soon as possible. Include the following brief details of your proposed presentation on the form: title, abstract, a few sentences of
biographical information that relate you to the topic, and full contact information (title, address, e-mail, phone & fax). All proposals
will be reviewed by the organizers and notification regarding acceptance will be made in a few weeks.
All speakers receive a full, complimentary registration to the Computers in Libraries 2013 conference, plus great recognition from their peers.
So think over your latest success stories or technology ventures and
submit your proposal today.
Internet@Schools Track Organizers
Editor, Internet@Schools magazine
Librarian, Westlake High School, Austin, Texas