Spring 2011 Internet2 Member Meeting

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National Internet2 K20 Initiative

Time 04/18/11 08:00AM-12:00PM

Session Abstract

Join fellow innovators from Internet2 member institutions, community colleges, K-12 schools, libraries, federal agencies, museums, and other cultural, artistic, historic, and scientific organizations throughout the United States and around the world as we explore real-world examples of how extending access to the Internet2 Network is broadening and deepening opportunities in learning, scholarship, and science. This gathering is a celebration of existing K-20 partnerships and collaborations and an opportunity to welcome new community anchor institutions, and the organizations that support them, into the national advanced networking community. Everyone is welcome to attend, in person or virtually, all or part of the following program:



8:00 am - Welcome (James Werle)



8:05 - 8:30 - National Broadband Mapping Initiatives

Anne W. Neville, Director, State Broadband Initiative, National Telecommunications and Information Administration (NTIA)



8:30 - 9:00 - What Does Freedom Mean to You? A Veteran's Oral History Project

Ann Zimmerman, OARnet; Paula Deal, INFOhio; Paul LaRue, Washington (OH) City Schools (remotely)



9:00-9:05am - Working with the "Other" Higher Education Institutions

Larry Gallery, NYSERnet



9:05-9:40 am - Cyberlearning Tools for STEM Education

Kemi Jona, Assoc Professor & Director, Office of STEM Education Partnerships, Northwestern University (remote speaker)



9:40-10:00am

Speakers

Speaker Ann Zimmerman OARnet

Speaker Paula Nespeca Deal INFOhio

Speaker Paul LaRue Washington High School

Presentation Media

Secondary tracks The Future: What's Next for the Net? Strategies for Supporting Community Anchors Arts and Humanities

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