National Educational Computing Conference

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National Educational Computing Conference

The 'Building Interest in STEM among Girls and Minorities' session was moderated by Helen Soulé (former executive director of CIC; left), and featured Douglas Levin, from CIC (center).

Hosted by the Cable & Telecommunications Association for Marketing (CTAM), the Internet Safety Town Hall featured Anastasia Goodstein from Ypulse (left) and Julie Evans from Project Tomorrow (right).

The C-SPAN Campaign 2008 bus was a hit on the NECC floor.

More than 18,000 education leaders attended this year's National Educational Computing Conference. Next year will mark the 30th anniversary of NECC and will be held in Washington, D.C. in June 2009.

CIC's Frank Gallagher led a standing-room only session sharing the broadband eLECTIONS game with educators from around the country.

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