October 2007, Volume 8, Number 10
Innovations 2008 Conference in Denver, March 2-5
Preparations for the Innovations 2008 conference are under way. The League for Innovation in the Community College is pleased to announce that its 11th annual conference will take place March 2-5, 2008, amid the Rocky Mountains in Denver, Colorado. In this majestic setting, today’s foremost community college professionals will gather to share their expertise and explore the latest developments in this thriving sector of higher education.
Not only is Innovations 2008 the premier event for anyone dedicated to improving organizational teaching and learning and discovering novel approaches for enhancing the community college experience, it also provides an exciting forum for collaboration among academic experts everywhere. The conference’s popularity grows each year because it grants participants exclusive access to the most innovative community college programs and professionals in the world.
Innovations 2008 is an opportunity for colleagues around the world to showcase their model programs, to share lessons learned, and to look to the future by experiencing a wide array of learning opportunities in the following Streams: (1) Learning and Teaching, (2) Leadership and Organization, (3) Workforce Preparation and Development, (4) Student Services and Activities, (5) Basic Skills and Developmental Education, (6) Resource Development and Foundation Management, (7) Research, Assessment, and Accountability, and (8) Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion.
The conference features Learning Center Courses, Forum Sessions, Roundtable Discussions, and Poster Sessions, along with General Session keynotes aimed at inspiring innovation and change in all areas of community college education.
This year’s keynote speakers are
Innovative Learning Spaces
Bing Thom Architects
Authenticity in an Age of Globalization: The Role of Architecture in Education
Center for Global Assessment
Educational Testing Service
America's Perfect Storm: Three Forces Changing Our Nation's Future
2006 Outstanding Professor
The Carnegie Foundation for the
Advancement of Teaching
Cuyahoga Community College
Our Challenge for the Next Forty Years: Keep the Door Open
Valencia Community College
Don’t miss this opportunity to hear this diverse group of speakers bring to light the most salient issues in higher education. Be sure to mark your calendars for March 2-5, 2008. Early registration for Innovations opens November 11, 2007.
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