STEMtech 2011 Online Conference, Oct. 12

From: John Walber, CSTP, CEO, LearningTimes

The STEMtech 2011 Online Conference is just a few days away and there is still time to register! Join us on October 12, 2011 for over a dozen interactive webcasts with the very best STEM and technology thought leaders who will share information about the growing importance of STEM and the strategic use of technology to better serve students, campuses, and communities. All you need to join the STEMtech Online is a computer with internet access. You can still save $25 off of individual and campus licenses with the coupon code below.

Online keynote speaker, David Thornburg, Ph.D., is an award-winning futurist, author, and consultant whose clients range across the public and private sector in the United States and Brazil. His razor-sharp focus on the fast-paced world of modern computing and communication media, project-based learning, 21st century skills, and open-source software was evident in his address to the STEMtech audience in Indianapolis – and you can interact with Dr. Thornburg LIVE online at 1:00pm EDT (10:00 am PDT)

The complete program is now available on the conference website at:

With the $25 coupon code below, your total cost is only $50, making this the most cost-effective professional development experience of the Fall. When prompted, enter coupon code “st25z” to save $25.

Register now at:


You may now sign up your College or Campus for $250, and invite up to 100 colleagues with the same email domain (ie; to join this exciting one day online event. When prompted, enter coupon code “st25z” to save $25.

Register now at:

The STEMtech 2011 Online Conference is produced by the League for Innovation in the Community College and LearningTimes.

The program is sponsored by WebStudy and MiCTA.

If you have any questions, please write to

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