at Computers in Libraries 2013
Registration is now open. CLICK HERE
to learn more.
Trying to keep up with events, mobile technologies, ebooks, other new channels for content and curriculum, the
internet, apps, strategies, policies, funding cuts, and … gasp … everything else that’s changing
and affecting K-12 educators’ lives and those of their students these days? Of course you are, but it can seem
an uphill battle!
To help you keep up, we invite you once again to Washington, DC, for
Internet@Schools' next round of informative K-12 tech- and internet-related conference sessions.
Once again, we have integrated Internet@Schools into the Computers in Libraries conference and its wide-ranging array
of sessions and tracks by making Internet@Schools an official CIL track … an extended, two-day track, in fact.
Now you'll find it easier to network and share not only with your K-12 presenters and attendees but with the
broader range of Computers in Librariesattendees and speakers as well.
Join us for the Computers in Libraries keynotes and our own track and sessions on the latest ed tech and school
library technology trends, tools, and issues. Topics could include … but certainly aren't
limited to … mobile learning, the flipped classroom, web-based professional development, implementing Common Core standards,
social media in K-12, digital textbooks, virtual education, cloud computing and its impact on education, and more.
The Internet@Schools track at Computers in Libraries 2013, sponsored by Internet@Schools
magazine, takes place in Washington, DC, on Monday and Tuesday, April 8 and 9, the first two days of Computers in
Libraries. Attend the entire three-day Computers in Libraries conference to share and learn ideas and tactics from
librarians, information professionals, and educators of all stripes. Or concentrate exclusively on the K-12 education
focus of our two-day track by taking advantage of special Internet@Schools pricing. Either way, you'll also have
access to a wide range of ideas, tactics, products, and services, both in the sessions you attend and from education,
library, and information industry companies and associations in the Computers in Librarires exhibit hall. Join us!