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Sponsored by MultiMedia & Internet@Schools Magazine
Internet@Schools East 2008 April 7 - 8, 2008

Hyatt Regency Crystal City  
2799 Jefferson Davis HighwayArlington, VA
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Organized and moderated by conference co-chairs:

David Hoffman
MultiMedia & Internet@Schools and
Information Today, Inc.,

Susan Geiger
Moreau Catholic High School, Hayward, CA

It isn’t getting any easier to be a school media or technology specialist in this era of shrinking budgets and . . . sometimes . . . shrinking support for media programs. But this is still an era of unprecedented opportunities! Opportunities and methods to boost your students’ success, and help your teachers and administrators do likewise with current and cutting-edge technologies and resources. And opportunities to demonstrate and publicize those successes—and the essential nature of your media programs—in the process.

Come learn about those opportunities and methods from leaders in the profession like Chris Harris, Terry Cavanaugh, Nick Glass, and others, as well as from practitioners just like you! As they share their ideas and successes and you share yours, you’ll all be shoring up support for 21st-century library media programs!

Internet@Schools East 2008 is sponsored by MultiMedia & Internet@Schools magazine. Attendees of this two-day conference can also participate in 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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