The conference, hosted by NJEdge, is billed as an exploration of all things e-textbook/reader. It will be held on April 9, 2010, starting at 10 am. Speakers include faculty and staff from Fairleigh Dickinson University, Princeton University, Seton Hall University, VALE (the Virtual Academic Library Environment of NJ) and a major textbook publisher. FDU’s Assistant Provost — Center for Teaching and Learning with Technology, Cathy Kelley and Systems Librarian and Technical Support Specialist, Denise O’Shea, will talk about the university’s e-reader pilots.

The conference is free, but you must register at:
http://www.njedge.net/activities/