Glastonbury, CT NERCOMP (http://www.nercomp.org/) enhances the communication and dissemination of information related to the use of computers, networks and information technology in education, academic research and educational administration throughout the Northeastern United States. This year's annual conference (http://www.educause.edu/NC12) to be held March 12-14 in Providence, RI explores the theme, "Does Technology Enhance or Limit Human Interactions?"
NERCOMP 2012 is available online. Early-bird registration rates end for the online NERCOMP Annual Conference on Wednesday, March 7. Online attendees may:
•Access special online-only sessions and a selection of key synchronous sessions from the face-to-face conference. Sessions include the two general session presentations—a fast, funny presentation by David Pogue, New York Times columnist, "What's New, What's Coming, and How it Will Change Everything," and a panel discussion about increasing the awareness of IT's value.
• Gain a greater understanding of what’s happening with key technologies on campuses and how to implement them in creative ways at your institution, including practical tips on how to use technologies without compromising the human interactions and critical key relationships.
• Use single login credentials to attend from the privacy of your own office, or book a conference room and invite a team together to participate in one location.