LEARNING IN A DIGITAL WORLD

Joint Conference of The Educational Technology Consortium and Teaching and Learning with Technology (TLT)

“LEARNING IN A DIGITAL WORLD”

May 1-2, 2007

Pre-Conference will occur on April 30, 2007

Saskatoon Inn, Saskatoon, Saskatchewan

Joint Conference Statement:

Teaching and Learning with Technology an annual conference hosted by Campus Saskatchewan partners, and the Educational Technology Consortium (K-12 and partners) will host a joint conference, known as TLt/IT Summit 2007. This joint conference will provide an exciting forum to explore new ideas, exchange ideas and practices, and to rethink and connect with contemporary trends in educational technology, new media, and distance and distributed learning. TLt/IT Summit 2007 will offer a unique opportunity for both K-12 and post-secondary sectors to network and share best practices in the use of technology in educational environments.

The conference will feature two keynotes speakers in recognition of our diverse audiences.

This joint conference is intended to attract anyone who teaches with technology at all levels–K-12 and post-secondary. It is also intended to attract anyone who works with technology in a teaching/learning environment including librarians, instructional designers, technical coordinators/consultants, administrators, learner support personnel, multi-media graphic designers, course management support personnel, guidance counsellors.

Please take a moment to mark your calendars in order to attend this tremendous professional development and networking opportunity.

Please check the conference website at http://www.TLt-ITSummit2007.ca for up-to-date information.

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