Purpose - To report on the 2007 Annual TechEd Conference held in Ontario, California. Design Methodology/approach - The annual conference aims to provide attendees with continuing product demonstrations, vendor presentations, invited papers and social events that will help promote new methods of instruction at all levels, but especially in higher education. Exhibits from vendors include technology, course management systems, information materials and services. Findings - Instructional technology is driving changes in high school, community college and undergraduate education, especially as distance education becomes a bigger component in all methods of traditional academic as well as new launches in higher education, continuing education and lifelong learning. Practical implications - Many case studies and presentations were made demonstrating the implementation of technology and different applications in a range of educational environments. Library implementation is not always the focus but topics about teaching, learning, administration and related applications, and integrating Web 2.0 technologies in instruction was abundant. Originality/Value - Institutions offering distance education as a platform for expanding curriculum reforms and reaching out to students in creative ways are finding that technology reform and products are shaping new ways to teach and integrate information sources.