A flock of Sonic Foundry staff will be making their annual migration to Florida next week for InfoComm and EduComm 2009.

These events are always meaningful for us because, in addition to making new friends, it gives us a chance to reconnect with our customers and see what's new in the world of information and education technology.

If you'll be there, please stop by and see us. We'll be tweeting, blogging and interviewing (it's the maiden trade show voyage for my Flip minoHD) as much as humanly possible.

At InfoComm, we're in booth #5071.

At EduComm, we're the Titanium Sponsor. You can see us in booth #15-17 and at the back of each and every presentation room, live webcasting all the sessions with Mediasite.

We've also got several distinguished speakers on the docket for EduComm 2009 so be sure to check out their sessions if you'll be on-site.

How Lecture Capture Enhances Student Performance
Tuesday, June 16, 11:30

craigDr. James Craig
Professor and Educational Consultant
University of Maryland Baltimore Dental School
scadutoDr. Russ Scaduto
Director of Educational Technology
Penn State Hershey Medical Center
sbrownSean Brown
Vice President Education
Sonic Foundry
jorstadJim Jorstad
Director of Educational Technologies
University of Wisconsin – LaCrosse
bhaviceDr. William Havice
Assoc. Dean for Academic Support Services and Undergraduate Studies
College of Health, Education and Human Development at Clemson University
phaviceDr. Pamela Havice
Associate Professor and Coordinator for Student Affairs
College of Health, Education and Human Development at Clemson University
We'll also be webcasting the The Sloan-C International Symposium on Emerging Technology Applications for Online Learning (that's always a mouthful) and Moodle Moot in California next week too. You can see us there in booth #13, again at the back of the room behind the Mediasite ML Recorders or buy an online pass and tune in virtually. This is the first year they've offered the Virtual Symposium and Localness Initiative alongside the traditional on-site attendance.So there you have it. Tons of good learning to be had on each coast.

And if you aren't able to attend, is there anything in particular you'd like us to report back on?