Enhancing Education Through Technology

October 7, 2002

The impact of technology in the field of education and training may currently be the most dynamic catalyst for economic, political and societal change in America and around the world. The events of the past year have significantly increased the acute need for establishing new delivery systems and innovative strategies and program design, positioning the subject of new learning proposals at the forefront of the national agenda.

The Alliance for Distance Learning in California (ADEC) has been at the forefront of these changes.

As the California chapter of the United States Distance Learning Association, ADEC is the largest and oldest independent, non-profit organization that serves the needs of professionals who use innovative learning systems. For the last 14 years, ADEC has been a definitive leader in monitoring the best practices and new developments that are employed in every segment of education, from kindergarten to adult education.


Doug Jann, California Department of Education, will discuss the details of the new “Enhancing Education Through Technology” grants and funding opportunities for your organization to play an important role in the future of education.

Chris Boznos, AVACAST Corporation, will discuss webcasting, streaming media and innovative technologies on the horizon for efficient program delivery and assessment.


Selma Sax


Alliance for Distance Education in California (ADEC)

Warren Ashley

Director,Center for Mediated Instruction and Distance Learning California State University, Dominguez Hills

Please mark your calendars to join us in this 45 minute event and participate in the dialogue. Log on to the live and interactive presentation where you can ask questions of the hosts and featured speakers. Get up to minute details for the upcoming ADEC annual conference, “Summit XIV: A Capitol Idea,” scheduled for March 5 – 8, 2003 in Sacramento, California.

Go to

http://dominguezonline.csudh.edu and click on “Online Demo” to prepare your computer for this unique event.

On Wednesday, October 9, 2002, you can logon at either

http://dominguezonline.csudh.edu http://dominguezonline.csudh.edu , or at ADEC’s website,


This event is made possible via the contributions and support of The Alliance for Distance education in California (ADEC), California State University, Dominguez Hills, the California Department of Education and the AVACAST Corporation.