"No nation holds a monopoly on technology, or on the uses of technology in education. The great variety of ideas and initiatives in this field worldwide offer a valuable range of resources for researchers, teachers, and administrators engaged in the field of education."

What Is ICTE?
The International Conference on Technology and Education (ICTE) convenes in the Spring of each year at a location alternating between a site in North America and a site in Europe. Typically, delegates from more than fifty nations attend the Conference each year, representing technology-using educators from a wide range of higher educational institutions, state departments of education, ministries of education, and school systems worldwide.
The goal of the International Conference on Technology and Education is to provide an annual international forum to support and encourage the exchange of ideas and the sharing of information among those engaged in using technology in its various forms in the field of education.


Coming in March 1999...

ICTE Europe / Edinburgh 1999: Learning in the Information Society

The focus will be on preparation for the new millenium -- Directions, Developments, and Delivery. Watch this web site for more details...
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Watch this page for more announcements regarding ICTE events for 1999...

A Special Note -- The Proceedings for ICTE Santa Fe 1998 were sent to the printer at the end of June for final preparation and printing. Distribution is planned for early August. July 19, 1998


Coming soon to this web site --

Education Technology / World View (tm)

News and developments in Educational Technology from around the world...



ICTE News Releases January 18, 1998


Recent ICTE Events...

ICTE Santa Fe 1998

Santa Fe, New Mexico -- March 8 -11, 1998


ICTE Santa Fe 1998 -- A Worldwide Network of Learning:
Opportunities, Challenges, and Contrasts
(March 8 - 11, 1998)
ICTE Santa Fe 1998 Preliminary Program
ICTE Santa Fe 1998 Registration and General Information
Keynote Speakers and Special Plenary Speakers
ICTE Santa Fe 1998 Call for Papers
ShuttleJack bus service between the Albuquerque Airport and Santa Fe
ICTE Santa Fe Tuesday Evening Dinner and Special Entertainment
ICTE Frequently Asked Questions
News Release -- Mountain School in Los Alamos, New Mexico makes plans to send entire teaching staff to ICTE Santa Fe 1998



ICTE Oslo 1997

August 10 - 13, 1997

ICTE Oslo 1997 -- Changing Practice and Technologies:
Decisions Now for the Future
(August 10 - 13, 1997)
Prime Minister Thorbjorn Jagland's Opening Remarks
Opening Session, ICTE Oslo 1997
Program Schedule
Special Announcement -- ThinkQuest Reception
ICTE Oslo 1997 Registration and General Information
ICTE Frequently Asked Questions November 7, 1997


ICTE New Orleans 1996

March 17 - 20, 1996

13th Annual ICTE New Orleans 1996
Vice President Al Gore's Video Remarks, ICTE 1996
ICTE New Orleans 1996 / A day in the life of a C M Lee Scholar
ICTE New Orleans 1996 / Another Delegate's perspective



ICTE History

Founded in 1983, the annual Conference alternates each year between a location in North America and one in Europe. Recent locations have been Fort Worth, Texas (1987); Edinburgh, Scotland at the University of Edinburgh (1988); Orlando, Florida (1989); Brussels, Belgium (1990); Toronto, Ontario (1991); Paris (1992); Cambridge, Massachusetts at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (1993); London (1994); and Orlando, Florida (1995).

The Conference has grown from the early Conferences of two to three hundred attendees primarily from the southern and western United States, to a truly international meeting. In 1988, the first annual Conference outside the United States was held in the Spring, at the University of Edinburgh, Scotland. The strong success of the Edinburgh ICTE led to the establishment of the practice of alternating Conference sites between North America and Europe. The 13th Annual Conference in Orlando in March, 1995 was attended by 1,205 attendees from 47 nations.

Fort Worth, Texas (1983 -- 1987)

Edinburgh, Scotland (1988)

Orlando, Florida (1989)

Brussels, Belgium (1990)

Toronto, Canada (1991)

Paris, France (1992)

Cambridge, Massachusetts at MIT (1993)

London, England (1994)

Orlando, Florida (1995)

New Orleans, Louisiana (1996)

Oslo, Norway (1977)

Santa Fe, New Mexico (1998)

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