Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) Conference

December 1, 2000

Contact Information:

Keith R. Krueger, CAE

Executive Director

Consortium for School Networking (CoSN)

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Conference Highlights

Wednesday, February 21

Governor Angus S. King, Jr. (I-ME)*, Governor Jim Geringer (R-WY)*, U.S. Senator Olympia Snowe (R-ME)*

New Learning Tools: Web-based Solutions for Middle School Literacy & Mathematics featuring Dr. Ted S. Hasselbring, University of Kentucky

Panel on key trends in wireless, broadband, new computing devices and the coming Internet

Plus, the latest news on key policy developments in Washington and the states

Town Hall Debate/Banquet Are Computers & the Internet Appropriate for Elementary Classrooms? with Jane Healy, author Failure to Connect

Thursday, February 22

Defining ‘Literate Citizens’ in a Digital World, Michael Eisenberg, University of Washington

Is The Digital Divide The New Civil Rights Issue? Andy Carvin, Benton Foundation

International School Networking Efforts Panel of key ed tech world leaders. Cosponsored by the Goethe Institut Washington DC

* – Invited

Pre-Conference Workshops

Tuesday, February 20

A) Taking Total Cost of Ownership (TCO) To The Classroom

B) New & Emerging Competencies for School Building-Level Technology Champions

C) CoSN Public Policy Leadership Network — FREE!

The Consortium for School Networking (CoSN) is the premier K-12 education association whose mission is to promote how the internet and telecommunications can improve learning. Members are states and school districs, nonprofits, companies and individuals who share our vision. Visit our website