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November 7-10, 2004
Tampa Convention Center
Tampa, FL

For more information contact
Ed Leach
(480) 705-8200 x233

Hosted By:
Santa Fe Community College
With Support From:
Hillsborough Community College
St. Petersburg College

Future Conference Dates:

October 23-26, 2005
Wyndham Anatole, Dallas, TX


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Digital Portfolios: Using Technology to Encourage Student Development
Mimi Czarnik
, Associate Professor, English, Alverno College, WI

Creating the Most Level Learning Space in History
Norman Coombs, CEO, Equal Access to Software and Information, CA

Rethinking the Use of Technology Fees in Higher Education
Matthew Basham, Director, Cisco, St. Petersburg College, FL; Lawrence W. Tyree, Director, Institute of Higher Education, University of Florida, FL

Linking K-16 Institutions in Institutional Improvement Through Technology: The Cal-PASS Initiative
Brad C. Phillips, Senior Director, Institutional Research and Planning, Grossmont-Cuyamaca Community College District, CA; William E. Piland, Professor Emeritus, Education, San Diego State University, CA

An Orientation: Getting the Most From the Conference on Information Technology
Sherry L. Bishop, Instructor, Information Technology; Rick Williams, Director, Microcomputer Services, North Arkansas College, AR

A Successful Engineering Technology Program: Behind the Scenes
George H. Sehi, Dean, Engineering and Industrial Technologies, Sinclair Community College, OH

Cybersecurity's Relationship to Homeland Security and Initiatives in the Community College
Erich J. Spengler, Director, NSF Regional Center; John Sands, Professor, NSF Regional Center, Moraine Valley Community College, IL; James Lewis, Director, NSF Regional Center, Washtenaw Community College, IL

Florida Distance Learning Consortium: A Model for Statewide Collaboration
Gwendolyn Stephenson, President, Hillsborough Community College, FL; John Opper, Executive Director, Florida Distance Learning Consortium, FL

New Directions in Computer Security
Ron Bleed, Vice Chancellor, Information Technologies Services, Maricopa Community College District, AZ ; Brian Hawkins, President, EDUCAUSE, Washington D.C.

A Better Way to Pick an LMS
Conferlete Carney, Vice President, Business Services; Alan Shapiro, Educational Technologist, St. Petersburg College, FL

Wireless Access Issues in Community Colleges
Thomas Muleta, CEO, HEWAC, VA

Twelve Maxims for Creating and Sustaining a Successful E-Learning Enterprise
James Olliver, Provost, Seminole and eCampus; Lynda Womer, Program Director, eCampus, St. Petersburg College, FL

The Future of Biotechnology Program Development at Florida's Community Colleges
Jackson Sasser
, President, Santa Fe Community College, FL; Steve R. Wallace, President, Florida Community College at Jacksonville, FL; William Law Jr., Tallahassee Community College, FL

Untangling the Web: Making Online Teaching and Learning Accessible
ichael A. Fragale, Director, PBS Adult Learning Service, VA; Jeff Finlay, Associate Director, Center for the Virtual University, University of Maryland University College, MD; Kristine Neuber, Coordinator, Assistive Technology and Web Accessibility, George Mason University, VA

Campus Computing 2004: The National Survey of Computing and Information Technology in American Higher Education
Kenneth Green, Director/Founder, The Campus Computing Project, CA

Building Community and Peace: Using the Web Locally, Internationally, Incrementally, and Inexpensively
Steven Gilbert, President, The TLT Group, MD; Jonathan Finkelstein, President, Learning Times, NY

The Experts Speak: Making the Manufacturing Workforce of the Future
Stacey Jarrett Wagner, Director, Workforce Initiatives, National Association of Manufacturers, Washington, D.C.

Hear From Tomorrow’s Leaders Today
Terry O’Banion, President Emeritus, League for Innovation in the Community College, AZ; Jonathan Kaplan, Vice President, Walden University, MD

Positioned for the Future: How Community Colleges Support Career Planning in High School
Neela Bueltel
, Director, Marketing Communications, National Career Assessment Services, Inc., IA; Rob Denson, President, Des Moines Area Community College, IA; Ed Franklin, Executive Director, Arkansas Association of Two-Year Colleges, AR



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