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13th Annual Educational Technology Day at Ithaca College
Thursday, March 20, 9:00-4:00 pm, Campus Center

This exciting event features a vendor showcase, college showcase, and seminars running throughout the day where you can learn about the latest developments in computer, audio-visual, and communication technologies. You can even register to win a brand new Dell OptiPlex computer, courtesy of Dell Computer.

Stop by the Emerson Suites and visit with representatives from over 40 national and local companies, including Adobe, Apple Computer, Blackboard, Cingular Wireless, Dell Computer, Gateway, HP, Microsoft, Oracle, Sun, Verizon, and WebCT.

Visit with colleagues in the college showcase area where you can see highlights of how Ithaca College faculty and staff are using technology in and out of the classroom.

For more in-depth information on a number of topics plan to attend some of the fifty-minute seminars that will be running throughout the day. This year there are over 30 seminars planned, on topics from tablet PC's, to firewalls.

There is no charge to attend and Ithaca College faculty, staff and students do not need to register. Ed Tech Day 2003 is also open to the public and annually attracts about 500 people from the upstate New York area.

Complete information about Ed Tech Day, including the seminar schedule, list of participating vendors and showcase layout, can be found in the downloadable show program.

Please contact Academic Computing & Client Services - Office of Information Technology at x4-3030 if you have any questions about the event. We hope to see you there!

Contributed by Dave Weil

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