** SPECIAL INVITATION **
Mark your calendars for the end of May 1997 for a conference that will
explore the issues and challenges of implementing computer and related
technologies in today's college, university, and K-12 classrooms. Faculty,
administrators, and support staff interested in exploring the issues and
challenges of implementing computer and related technologies in today's
college, university, and K-12 classrooms are invited to attend this third
What: Transforming Classrooms through Technology
When: Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, May 28-30, 1997
Where: The Penn State Conference Center Hotel
State College, Pennsylvania
To receive a brochure (available 3/24/97): Call 1-800-PSU-TODAY
Or, for more details about the conference, please visit our website at:
Note, in addition to the this conference, there are special pre-conference
workshops on Wednesday, May 28, from 8:30 a.m. to 12:00 noon. Registration
space is limited for these workshops. Participants have the opportunity to
work and learn on their individual computer.
Details about the workshops are as follows:
Workshop I - WWW Development for the Beginner - This workshop will provide
an opportunity to develop World Wide Web (WWW) resources without using HTML
or other programming codes. No experience with WWW resource development is
Workshop II - WWW Resources for Instruction - This workshop provides an
insight into locating World Wide Web resources appropriate for inclusion in
teaching and learning experiences. No prior WWW experience is necessary.
Workshop III - Advanced HTML and Animation - This workshop provides
techniques for developing advanced WWW resources including animations.
Prior experience with developing WWW resources is required.
C. Terry Morrow, PhD, PE
(814) - 853-1522
Fax: (814) 863-7049
Faculty Fellow, Center for Academic Computing
The Pennsylvania State University