The EduComm Institute is seeking dynamic individuals to present their ideas on higher education technologies and best practices. Interested individuals can submit speaking proposals immediately. Presentation submissions are being accepted online at http://www.educomminstitute.com/?page=callforspeakers. The deadline for submissions is December 15, 2009.
Recent EduComm topics include cloud computing, sustainability, social networking, and “strategies for success.” EduComm 2010 promises to once again deliver thought-provoking discussions on emerging trends and practices in technology. Previous EduComm keynote speakers include technology futurist George Gilder, best-selling author David Pogue, the Emmy award-winning creators of Schoolhouse Rock, Apple co-founder Steve Wozniak, founder of rAVe Publications Gary Kayye, and personal computing visionary Alan Kay.
For more information, contact Tim Goral, Program Director of EduComm, at 203-663-0126 or email@example.com.
EduComm is the year's premier higher education technology conference, where the nation's top-tier higher-ed executives and managers gather for three days of stimulating intellectual debate and practical insights on how emerging technologies are transforming today's—and tomorrow's—college campus. EduComm brings together top thought leaders, executives, and speakers to present, discuss, consider and navigate the unprecedented challenges and opportunities shaping the future of higher education, and to identify solutions for unprecedented success.
For more information visit EduComm online at http://educommconference.com or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org.