The conference is offered by The National University Telecommunications Network (NUTN) in cooperation with Old Dominion University, the Alfred P. Sloan Foundation and VCampus Corporation
The extraordinary quality of the NUTN Conferences, as cited by participants, mark it as one conference those concerned with technology applications in distance learning and videoconferencing will not want to miss.
Who should attend? Distance education administrators and practitioners,
middle/upper-level administrators, academic affairs, continuing education, higher education, distance learning directors, and business/higher education partnership.
The theme is Fostering Globalization: Piecing the Puzzle Together.
". . .Learning in the digital age is all about linking the world, linking the people, and gaining the talent and the technique to reach the next level, whatever that might be. Managing in the digital age is about inspiring others with vision, and providing building blocks while eliminating barriers. Learning in the digital age is different and also essential for personal and organizational success. . .the world is changing and we no longer have the option to ignore these changes."
The George Washington University
NUTN Newsletter, Fall, 1999
The Panel and Concurrent sessions will address the key pieces fundamental to success in meeting our responsibilities to become involved beyond the physical campus and to present a comprehensive view on how technology, in redefining the concept of distance, is promoting globalization in higher education:
The National University Telecommunications Network (NUTN) is a premier distance learning and videoconferencing professional association and consortium, involved in both professional development and product development. Our conferences bring together distance learning professionals from the United States, Mexico, Canada, Australia, Israel, and Europe.
National University Telecommunications Network (NUTN)
Room 134 Gornto TELETECHNET Center
Old Dominion University
Norfolk, VA 23529 Email: email@example.com Visit the website at http://www.odu.edu/nutn
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