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What is NETC?

NETC (National Extension Technology Conference) is an annual event, not a formal organization.

It is usually held in May or June at a land-grant university whose employees volunteer to host it. In some ways, NETC is a virtual organization of people interested in the use and application of information technology in the Cooperative Extension System and/or at a Land Grant university.

NETC is an opportunity for sharing and learning about innovative types and uses of information technology. Participation is not limited to faculty and staff of Extension. In fact, anyone with an interest in information technology and its use in higher and continuing education, as well as in organization management, is welcome to participate.

NETC Steering Committee

NETC is guided by the ten members of the NETC Steering Committee. Six members are elected by Extension IT professionals nationwide. Three members represent institutions that have hosted or will be hosting NETC, and one represents the Association for Communication Excellence (ACE), which meets jointly with NETC every other year.


NETC Mailing List

People interested in information technology within Extension also communicate with each other through the extech mailing list hosted by eXtension. This email list is used to distribute announcements about NETC as well as to serve as a forum through which subscribers can solicit ideas and suggestions from their colleagues throughout the country. Participation is not controlled -- it is an open list. Information on subscribing is listed below.

Subscribing

Subscriptions to the mailing list are managed using the communities feature of the Extension "People" Directory

To subscribe to the mailing list, join the Extension Technology Community within People.

To send messages to the list, use extech@lists.extension.org

Public Archives

Public archives of the list are available, but in the process of being transitioned between services as part of an overall mailing list migration strategy for eXtension-hosted lists.

Upcoming Conferences

  • NETC 2012: Host- LSU, Location- New Orleans, May 28 - June 1, 2012

History of Conferences

  • NETC 2012: Host- LSU, Location- New Orleans, May 28 - June 1, 2012
  • ACE/NETC 2011: ACE/NETC Ver. 2.011, June 10-14, 2011, Denver, CO
  • NETC 2010: High Tech Down Home, May 23-26, Auburn, AL
  • ACE/NETC 2009: When Tillage Begins, Other Arts Follow, June 6-10, Des Moines, IA
  • NETC 2008: In the Pines, Raleigh, NC
  • ACE/NETC 2007: Double Creature Feature, Albuquerque, NM, June 15-19, 2007
  • NETC 2006: Enhancing Teamwork with Technology, May 8-11, 2006, Hilton University of Florida Conference Center, Gainesville, FL
  • ACE/NETC 2005: Ideas and Missions, San Antonio, TX
  • NETC 2004: Tippecanoe and Technology Too, Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN
  • ACE/NETC 2003: Cool Bytes, Jazz Nights, Kansas City, KS
  • NETC 2002: Innovation Through Cooperation, State College, PA
  • ACE/NETC 2001: Bridging the World's Borders, Toronto, Ontario, Canada
  • NETC 2000: Fast Chips and Hot Salsa! College Station, TX
  • ACE/NETC 1999: Smoky Mountain Summit, Knoxville, TN
  • NETC 1998: Connect with the Future, St. Louis, MO
  • ACE/NETC 1997: Rhythm and Renaissance, Cleveland, OH
  • NETC 1996: Atlanta, GA
  • ACE/NETC 1995: Green Mountain Get-Together, Burlington, VT
  • NETC 1994: Lexington, KY
  • ACE/NETC 1993: Discover New Worlds, Miami, FL
  • NETC 1992: East Lansing, MI
  • NETC 1991: Hershey, PA
  • NETC 1990: Blacksburg, VA
  • NETC 1989: St. Paul, MN
  • NETC 1988: Clemson, SC
  • NETC 1987: Blacksburg, VA
  • NETC 1986: Blacksburg, VA

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