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Computer-Using Educators, Inc (CUE) logoComputer-Using Educators, Inc (CUE) will hold its annual conference in Palm Springs, California from March 4-6, 2010. This year’s conference emphasizes online learning, while going easy on the pocketbook. CUE is sponsoring other annual educational summits, such as the Alliance for Distance Education in California (ADEC), and it is offering bundles to fit everyone’s budget.

The CUE Annual Conference is the largest and oldest education technology conference in California, and among the largest in the United States. Founded in 1978, CUE is a nonprofit educational corporation focused on advancing student achievement through technology from preschool through college.

The 2010 CUE Annual Conference is tailored toward educators, technology coordinators, administrators and those who are looking to see how technology can support student achievement. Many sessions and exhibits benefit those involved in Title I, School Improvement Program, Eisenhower Program, Data and Assessment, Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT), English Language Development (ELD), Special Needs and GATE. <>

CUE Conference 2010 logo. CUE is offering three different conference bundles:

  • Online Learning Bundle - Regularly $305, Bundle rate of $269
  • Ed Leaders Bundle - Regularly $730, Bundle rate of $675
  • Diverse Learners Bundle - Regularly $325, Bundle rate of $289

All bundles include one year of membership to CUE. For details on conference bundles, please visit: http://www.cue.org/conference/bundles

For more information and to connect with the CUE community, visit these CUE-related websites:

  • The CUE Community | community.cue.org
    For CUE members and friends, this social network offers a place to connect, collaborate and contribute.
  • hub@CUE | www.cuehub.org
    A place for CUE leaders to collaborate and share their work with the broader CUE community.
  • CUEcast | cuecast.blip.tv
    CUE's official podcast.
  • CUE on LinkedIn, Facebook and Twitter

Jen Gednalske is a CCC Technology Center and California Virtual Campus Project Manager
and a TechEDge Editor.