"Advancing The Social Sciences in the Information Age: Change, Innovation, and Research"
This conference promises to be one of the best yet, as conference presenters and participants dialogue about the impact of information and communications technologies on the world and their effect on teaching and higher education. ECCSSA's 2005 conference on the Loudoun campus of Northern Virginia Community College should be an excellent attraction for many professionals as it draws on the many resources of the Washington Metropolitan Area. The theme of this year's conference is particularly important in terms of the many ways in which our society and the world have been affected by the "information age."
A featured keynote speaker at this conference will be: Dr. Richard J. Cox, Professor, Archival Studies, Department of Library and Information Sciences, University of Pittsburgh. Cox topic is: "Wandering in a Strange Land: Technology, Teaching, and Knowledge in the Cyberspace Age."
For more information on the conference, visit the ECCSSA website at the web address given below.
Dr. Rosalyn M. King,Professor of Psychology and Secretary of Board of Trustees, ECCSSA
Northern Virginia Community College, Loudoun Campus
1000 Harry Flood Byrd Highway
Sterling, VA 20164-8699
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