About Innovations 2000


February 27-March 1, 2000
Omni Rosen Hotel
Orlando, Florida

Innovations in community colleges may be thought of as "streams" that flow through the larger body of work that educators and students engage in each day. Ideas, initiatives, and inspirations for the Innovations 2000 conference are conveyed through key Streams that flow into the broader conference goal of encouraging and facilitating student and organizational learning through innovation, experimentation, and institutional transformation. Join the most innovative professionals in the community college as they come together to improve student and organizational learning through five key innovations streams:

  • Basic Skills and Developmental Education

  • Leadership and Organization

  • Learning and Teaching

  • Student Services and Activities

  • Workforce Preparation and Development

Innovations 2000 is an opportunity for colleagues around the world to showcase their model programs, share lessons learned, and look to the future by providing an array of learning opportunities for participants:

  • Forums and Special Sessions supported by state-of-the art presentation technology

  • Roundtables offering a more intimate setting for exchanging ideas

  • Engaging keynote speakers discussing critical issues facing community college educators

  • Learning Center courses—three-hour intensive workshops granting Continuing Education Units (CEUs)

  • 24-hour E-mail and Internet Lab

  • Distribution of two new monographs on learning and teaching

  • An extensive exhibition featuring educational products and services

  • The opportunity to exchange ideas with hundreds of colleagues during receptions, coffee and refreshment breaks, and after-hours gatherings

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