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ICTE Educational Technology On-Line Resource Library
 ... ICTE Tallahassee 2001 Library now complete.
ICTE Conference Schedule -- updated May 22, 2008  

Following the events of September 11, 2001, the Board of Directors of ICTE made the decision to temporarily suspend the annual ICTE Conference following the ICTE Africa event in 2002 due to concerns about attendance, largely as a result of substantially reduced international air travel.  At past ICTE Conferences in North America, approximately 40 percent of attendance was from outside of North America -- primarily from Europe and Asia.  At past European ICTE Conferences, approximately 50 percent of attendance was from North America and Asia.  The concern was that under the circumstances, it would be difficult for the annual ICTE Conference to be successful in its established format, with its international focus on education and technology.

Although it was a difficult decision to suspend this event after 20 years of continuous ICTE Conferences, the experiences of several other conferences with international attendance in the years following 9/11 suggest that this was an appropriate decision.

Currently, plans are being reviewed with the possibility of reinstating the annual ICTE Conference in 2010.

Please watch this space for more details on developments...

William Gattis, Chairman, ICTE Inc.
 

Recent ICTE Conferences

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Education Technology World View     
ball.gif (1653 bytes) Our Technology Future:
If We're Wired, Why Aren't We Transforming Learning?
 -- Education Week
ball.gif (1653 bytes) The Great American Textbook Scandal -- Forbes Magazine
ball.gif (1653 bytes) Education Week's International Page -- Education Week
ball.gif (1653 bytes) Education Week's Technology Update -- Education Week
ball.gif (1653 bytes) U.S. Federal Study Details Barriers to Internet Learning -- Education Week
ball.gif (1653 bytes) Web-Based Education Commission Report -- U.S. Congress
ball.gif (1653 bytes) Johnny's Computer Doesn't Boot -- Forbes Magazine
ball.gif (1653 bytes) Current issue of T.H.E. Journal  (Now includes current issue and back issues since 1994)
ball.gif (1653 bytes) Scottish Cultural Resources Access Network

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Coming soon -- Education Technology Forum

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 News and Notes

ICTE Edinburgh Proceedings  

Recent ICTE Events 

Special Interest 

C M Lee Technology Scholar Update

ICTE Tampa Proceedings 

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What Is ICTE?

The International Conference on Technology and Education (ICTE) convenes each year at a location in North America and a location in Europe or Africa. 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.

Now in its twenty-first year, ICTE is the longest-running international educational / technology conference of its kind.

 

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"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."

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Contact Information

ICTE Secretariat

Post Office Box 540579
Grand Prairie, Texas  75054-0579  USA

ICTE / USA

William D. Gattis (North America -- Dallas)
 

ICTE / Europe

David Walker (Europe / Scotland -- Kirkcaldy)
 

ICTE is a Texas-based non-profit corporation.  ICTE is a tax-exempt organization under 
Section 501(c)(3) of the United States Internal Revenue Code.  International Conference 
on Technology and Education and ICTE are registered service marks of the International 
Conferences on Technology and Education Inc.

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