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Now Available! Dr. M. Joycelyn Elder's keynote address from the ASCD 2002 Annual Conference plus Selected Conference Sessions in audio and text. And the Virtual Exhibit Hall is still open!

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The Robert Woods Johnson Foundation

ASCD-The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development
ASCD Annual Conference 2002 Online
March 9-11, 2002 | San Antonio, Texas
The Association for Supervision and Curriculum Development presents its first ASCD virtual conference. This virtual conference continues to serve as the online companion to the 57th ASCD Annual Conference in San Antonio, Texas.

Annual Conference Online 2002 remains a valuable asset for ASCD members. With a special focus on health in education issues, this multimedia window into conference sessions includes the opening keynote by Dr. M. Joycelyn Elders, Doctor of Pediatric Endocrinology and former Surgeon General of the United States; six other conference sessions; and a series of interviews with individual presenters. Visit the Virtual Exhibit Hall to get in touch with a select group of exhibitors at this year's Annual Conference. All programs are offered via Internet video or audiostream, accompanied by session transcripts.

How Do I Participate in the Virtual Conference?

It's easy. First bookmark this Web site on your Internet browser. Then come back and visit before, during and after the March 2002 San Antonio conference.

You'll experience highlights of the conference through combinations of text and Internet audio and video.

Not familiar with using audio and video on your computer?

Don't worry, the Web casts will also be posted in traditional text format.

Want to use the Annual Conference Online as a good excuse to try audio and video over the Internet?

Great. You'll find step-by-step instructions whenever the virtual conference offers content in audio/video formats.

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