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early-bird registration deadline has been extended to 11:59 p.m. 
on September 10th, leaving you just a few more days to receive a 
discounted registration for the SSP 2010 IN Conference on 
September 21-23, 2010 in Philadelphia.

Named for the first letters of INteract, INspire, and INnovate, 
this year's IN Conference focuses on the impact of scholarly 
content in the classroom, allowing publishers and other industry 
stakeholders to develop a current knowledge of the latest 
teaching technologies in a series of interactive sessions.

Over three days, attendees will interact with colleagues, think 
critically about how their content can be highly valued by the 
e-learner, and return home with cutting-edge ideas and strategies 
that can be applied in the context of their organizations.

To kick off our collective creativity, the keynote speaker for 
this year's conference will be Kathy Hurley, Senior Vice 
President, Strategic Partnerships, Pearson Education & Pearson 
Foundation, a global leader in education services and education 
technology. Ms Hurley has served in senior executive positions 
with PLATO Learning, The Learning Company, Skillsbank, and IBM 
and currently serves on several key industry and education 
advisory boards including the Partnership for 21st Century Skills 

Other key leaders in the e-learning space will be guiding the 
meeting, including Paul Bergen, Director of iCommons at Harvard 
University, Ariella Lehrer, PhD, President and Chief Executive 
Officer, Legacy Interactive, and Kara Malenfant, Scholarly 
Communications and Government Relations Specialist, Association 
of College and Research Libraries/American Library Association, 
and co-author of the Futures Thinking for Academic Librarians: 
Higher Education in 2025 report.

The conference's intended audience is mid-to senior-level 
management, as well as creative individuals new to scholarly 

Don't delay, register today to join innovative and creative 
colleagues in considering ways to imagine the "Dream E-Tool" for 
education and training