DET/CHE, the Directors of Educational Technology in California Higher Education, invites you to its twenty-fifth annual conference, to be held in downtown San Diego from November 30th through December 3rd, 2010.

Conference News

DET/CHE 2010 Twitter Feed

Conference Tips and Reminders:


  • Average Highs - Mid to Low 60’s
  • Average Lows - Low to Mid 50’s

Driving to DETCHE 2010?

Discounted valet parking is available on site. Valet rates, with in and out privileges from 11/30/2010 to 12/03/2010 are:

  • $20.00/night
  • $10.00/day

WiFi Access

FREE WiFi access will be available in the DET/CHE meeting rooms and lobby. Participants who took advantage of the DET/CHE Conference Hotel Group Rate will enjoy FREE WiFi access in their rooms.

Note: WiFi will be charged to your bill and will be reversed at the time of checkout, please check your hotel folio before your final bill is processed.

Check-In and Check-Out

  • Check-In Time is 3:00 PM
  • Check-Out Time is 12:00 PM

For more information about the Westin San Diego, go to the DET/CHE 2010 Travel & Lodging page.

DET/CHE 2010 Keynote Speakers

Howard Rheingold

Wednesday, December 1st, 9:00 a.m.

Howard Rheingold is the recipient of a 2008 MacArthur Knowledge-Networking Grant through the Foundation's Digital Media and Learning Competition. He was founding Executive Editor of Hotwired, the first commercial webzine where the web-based discussion forum and the online banner ad were invented. Rheingold has appeared on Today, Good Morning America, ABC Primetime Live, CNN, CBS News, NBC News, Macneill-Lehrer Report, NPR's Fresh Air and Marketplace. He currently teaches at Stanford University.

For more information on Howard Rheingold, go to the DET/CHE Speakers Page

Malcolm Brown

Friday, December 3rd, 9:00 a.m.

Prior to assuming the position of director of the ELI, Malcolm Brown was the Director of Academic Computing at Dartmouth College. His group supported faculty and students the applications of information technology in research and in the curriculum, and oversaw classroom technology. During his tenure at Dartmouth, he worked actively with the ELI, contributing chapters to the ELI eBooks, helping to plan focus sessions, and serving on the ELI Advisory Board.

For more information on Malcolm Brown, go to the DET/CHE Speakers Page