Ninth Annual CATS Conference: The Power of CommunityThe 9th annual CATS Conference takes place March 20-22, 2006 at CSU Monterey Bay.
The Community of Academic Technology Staff (CATS) conferences focus on the major themes, issues, topics, and
technological and educational advances influencing the direction of
academic technology. Conference goals include providing useful information and training
about current and emerging technologies, and sharing strategies to
support faculty use of technology. Another important goal is to provide
networking opportunities, enabling peers at different campuses and
institutions to solve problems they all face.
Streaming Video of Plenary Sessions
The following videos can be viewed with QuickTime.
Keynote Speaker: John D. Smith
Knowledge doubles rapidly, and the development and cultivation of applied knowledge is so fundamental to today's organizations that healthy Communities of Practice (CoP) are practically an organizational imperative. John D. Smith, president of LearningAlliance, co-founder of CP2, and an expert in CoP development, will get us thinking about how CATS can enhance support of its members and their campuses.
2006 Conference Evaluation
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