Dr. Thomas Blevins, Director of Instructional Technology and the Center for Extended Learning at Bluefield State College, will be a featured presenter at state and national community conference conferences later this year. He will discuss and develop the theme, "Designing and Delivering Distance Learning Instruction through Instructional Performance Systems, Incorporated (IPSI)," at the League for Innovation in the Community College Technology Conference in Atlanta, GA (October 14). The following month (November 6), Dr. Blevins will detail planning and delivering distance learning, as well as using the electronic classroom, during the West Virginia Community College Association's annual conference in Flatwoods, WV. He has also been named to the "Governor's Science and Technology Instructional Technology Committee," and has been invited to attend the monthly meetings of the "Governor's Science and Technology Committee." Earlier this year, he presented the program "Designing Courses and Instruction through IPSI" at Southern West Virginia Community and Technical College, and he directed two workshops -- "Designing and Delivering Courses for Distance Learning," and "Hands-On Use of an Electronic Classroom" at Glenville State College.