Santa Clara Convention Center

Now in its seventh year, the Syllabus annual conference is established as one of the most important events for educators who use technology in teaching or administration. The Syllabus conference is the only conference that encompasses the entire spectrum of educational institutions from high schools through higher education and graduate programs: attendees come from two- and four-year public and private colleges, research universities, community colleges, specialized programs, and high school districts. An advisory board selected from a range of educational venues has worked with the staff at Syllabus press to prepare a program that reflects the most pertinent issues and current directions relevant to technology use in today's educational institutions.

Who Should Attend

Syllabus2000 offers in-depth sessions and informative breakouts taught by nationally recognized leaders in instructional technology with a focus on both faculty and administrative perspectives. All attendees will find sessions vital to their field.

College-level faculty, department chairs, administrators, instructional technology, and media professionals.

High school educators, administrators, and technology personnel. Conference activities + Session types Keynotes begin each day of the main conference— on Sunday afternoon and on both Monday and Tuesday mornings.

Breakout Sessions cover the range of conference themes. Breakouts with the broadest appeal are presented on Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday mornings. Numerous discipline-specific and academic technology case study breakouts and other track sessions are offered Monday and Tuesday afternoons.

Featured Track Sessions highlight selected presenters whose topics are representative of their track.

Technology Classrooms are hour-long, focused presentations on technology products presented by representatives of the companies themselves.

Poster Sessions offer a detailed look at graphic presentations and papers posted in designated areas on Monday and Tuesday afternoons.

Pre- and Post-Conference Workshops and Seminars are intensive full-day and half-day sessions offered on Saturday, Sunday, Thursday, and Friday; additional half-day sessions will be scheduled on Wednesday afternoon.

Exhibits open Sunday evening and run on Monday and Tuesday. Attendees will be able to view more than 250 exhibits in a large hall in the convention center.

Evening Receptions are scheduled on Sunday, Monday, and Tuesday evenings and provide an excellent opportunity for networking with colleagues.

Hospitality Suites are receptions given by technology companies and are scheduled for early Monday and Tuesday evenings.



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