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CONFERENCE REGISTRATION

Conference registrations are currently being accepted online, by fax, or U.S. mail. Your full conference registration fee includes access to Opening and Closing Sessions, Eye Opener Keynote Sessions, Featured Speaker Sessions, and all conference sessions, as well as receptions, special events, and unlimited entry to the FETC 2008 Exhibit Hall. Ticketed Workshops are not included in your conference registration. Registration forms and instructions are available in this brochure and online at www.fetc.org.

OPENING SESSION

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Jeff Cerwin, Wildlife Expert

FETC 2008 kicks off with the Opening Session on Wednesday, January 23, at 3:30 p.m. Come hear this year's opening keynote speaker, Jeff Corwin sponsored by Discovery Education along with local, state, and national dignitaries who will share their visions for technology in education.

OPENING RECEPTION

This year's Opening Reception will be sponsored by Harcourt School Publishers in the FETC 2008 Exhibit Hall from 5:00-7:00 p.m. Enjoy food and drinks as you browse the exhibit hall and mingle with your colleagues.

EXHIBIT HALL GRAND OPENING

The Exhibit Hall will make its grand opening immediately following the Opening Session on Wednesday, January 23 at 5:00 p.m. For two full hours you will be able to preview and purchase the latest hardware, software, and peripherals that over 500 companies have to offer.

CONCURRENT SESSIONS

FETC has become known worldwide for its outstanding program. This year's conference will be no exception. Choose from more than 200 Concurrent Sessions addressing current and emerging technologies, along with best practices discovered through research and actual classroom experience. Full descriptions of the concurrent sessions will be available on the FETC website in October.

FEATURED SPEAKERS

Attendees can choose from a slate of nationally recognized speakers who will address current topics in educational technology during the Eye Opener Keynotes and Featured Speaker sessions.

Gary Becker, Copyright Law Consultant

Cheryl Lemke, Metiri Group

Mark S. Benno, Apple Inc.

Jenelle Leonard, U.S. Department of Education

Jason Collette, Harcourt Technology Product Strategy, Sponsored by Harcourt Education

Alan November, November Learning

Hall Davidson, Discovery Education

Perry Reeves, International Education Technology Associates

Chris Dede, Harvard Graduate School of Education

Alexander Russo, "This Week In Education," Sponsored by The Princeton Review

Steve Dembo, Discovery Education

Kathy Schrock, Nauset Public Schools

Ted Hasselbring, Vanderbilt University

Brent Williams, Kennesaw State University

John Kuglin, Eagle-Vail School District

Brent Woodfield, Brigham Young University, Sponsored by Pearson

TICKETED WORKSHOPS

A wide variety of half- and full-day lectures and hands-on workshops will be offered in addition to the Concurrent Sessions. …

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