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August , 2006

The Third International Conference on Educational Technology (ICET) 2006:
Reflection on IT Integration in Education: Moving Forward & Beyond

September 7–8, 2006
Singapore Expo
Singapore
National Institute of Education (Singapore), together with the Ministry of Education in Singapore, will host more than 1,000 attendees at this two-and-a-half-day event. The conference will include four keynote addresses, two discussion panels, six symposia, invited papers, and preconference workshops.
www.icet.com.sg/Info_ICET.htm

TechLearn 2006
September 10–13, 2006
Mandalay Bay Hotel
Las Vegas
Workforce Performance 2006 brings together an international community of learning, training, human resources, and workplace performance professionals. Explore strategies and technologies and learn how to leverage what’s new and what’s next in technology.
www.techlearn.com


EdNET 2006
September 17–19, 2006
Boston Marriott Copley
Place Boston
Each year education executives, policymakers, and school administrators gather to network, identify hot business opportunities, and discuss what’s ahead.
www.qeddata.com/Conference/EdNet/YrCurrent/EdNet.aspx

Open Education: Community, Culture, and Content
September 27– 29, 2006
Utah State University
Logan, Utah
This multidisciplinary event promotes the discussion of the variety of research, development, and other activities necessary to move the field of open education forward. OpenEd 2006 will focus on the social, cultural, and technical aspects of open educational resources, tools, and software supporting open education, as well as reusing and remixing open educational resources.
cosl.usu.edu/conference


SETDA Leadership Summit
October 1–4, 2006
Washington Court Hotel
Washington, D.C.
SETDA will hold a Leadership Summit this year in lieu of its National Leadership Institute. The goal is to shift the focus to making the case
for sustained technology funding, professional development, supportive tool development,
and messaging training.
www.setda.org


AECT 2006 International Conference: Strengthening Connections
October 10–14, 2006
Fairmont Hotel
Dallas
The AECT Annual International Convention will focus on making stronger connections between theory and practice; between new technologies and educational goals; between researchers around the globe; and between new professionals and more experienced colleagues.
www.aect.org

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