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Higher Education Technology Conference

Syllabus Press syllabus at netcom.com
Wed Jul 20 18:56:43 EST 1994

UC-Santa Cruz and Syllabus Press (publishers of Syllabus magazine) are
co-sponsoring a conference on the use of technology in higher education. 
Due to the location of conference, we will be having some diving
activities in Monterey Bay, probably a boat dive and myabe a few beach
dives. Below is a brief synopsis of the conference. 

For either a print or electronic conference registration package, please
contact Syllabus Press via e-mail or or call 800-773-0670. 

Syllabus Ô94 A Higher Education Technology Conference August 14-17
University of CaliforniaÐSanta Cruz Santa Cruz, CA USA
Co-sponsored by Syllabus Press and Board of Education, UC-Santa Cruz Learn
the latest about new technology for higher education AND enjoy the
spectacular Monterey Bay region this August! 

Syllabus Ô94 is a conference for faculty, department chairs,
administrators, and technology staff who want to learn about the latest
technology for higher education. Professionals who work in technology and
textbook publishing companies are also invited to attend this conference.
In addition to the informative topical sessions, ample opportunities will
allow participants to interact with their colleagues from around the world
and learn more about issues relating to the use of technology in higher

The conference will be held at the University of California, Santa Cruz, a
campus of uncommon natural beauty, set in a Redwood forest overlooking
beautiful Monterey Bay and the Pacific Ocean. Numerous Òextra-conferenceÓ
activities are planned to take advantage of the location of this
summertime conference. 

Cross-platform and cross-technology:  All computer and technology
platforms will be covered, including DOS/Windows, Macintosh, and UNIX, as
well as multimedia, laser discs, presentation devices, quantitative tools
and other technologies. 

Cross-discipline focus:  The commonalities of technology use across
disciplines will be emphasized to stimulate participantsÕ thinking about
the use of technology in their respective fields. 

Pre-conference Workshops:  Sunday, August 13 will include a full day of
workshops providing detailed instruction and hands-on use of a variety of

Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday Mornings:  A variety of plenary sessions
will be devoted to important higher education technologies, including

Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday Afternoons:  Hands-on labs will give
participants an opportunity to explore the technology firsthortunity to
explore the technology firsthand; discussion groups will explore other
issues of concern to higher education professionals.  Tours and off-site
activities will allow participants to enjoy the Monterey Bay region. 

For conference fees and registration information, send an e-mail to: 
Syllabus at netcom.com and request a conference brochure. Registration is
available by phone at (800) 773-0670. 

                                             syllabus at netcom.com

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