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CETPA is an association of Educational Technology Professionals (technologists) within the State of California. Founded in 1960, the major emphasis of the association’s activities are directed towards improving Administrative Information Processing in public education within the State of California and to prepare its membership to better meet and support the technological needs of the Instructional Program.
CETPA is a California non-profit corporation, 501(c)6, as recognized by the Internal Revenue Service. Its Board of Directors are elected by ballot at the association’s Annual Conference.
HECC is a member-driven organization that provides resources, networking, community, and a yearly technology conference to its members who are teachers and technology professionals in K-12 school systems.
HECC aims to be a resource to these technology professionals and teachers who want to utilize technology in schools and the classroom.
At Vermont Fest VITA-Learn will be celebrating its 25th year working to promote and support the use of information technology to transform Vermont education. Our fall conference theme is Mapping the Future, reflecting on how far we have come, and planning for where we are headed.
We are pleased to announce the MassCUE and M.A.S.S. 2017 Annual Technology Conference,
co-sponsored by the Massachusetts Computer Using Educators (MassCUE) and the Massachusetts Association of School Superintendents (M.A.S.S.). We will be providing educators from across the Commonwealth and New England with exciting ways to enhance teaching and learning with technology.
SC EdTech offers content and activities that span all areas of educational technology with diverse workshops, presentations, speakers, exhibitors, and recognition events. The conference is managed by the South Carolina Association for Educational Technology (SCAET), a 501c3 non-profit organization.
With over 100 concurrent sessions and workshops, and over 160 exhibit booths, there will be a lot to experience during the three day conference.
There are computer chips in everything- our cars, lights, coffee makers, clothes and buildings. Just about all day, every day we are somehow connected through the Internet. IoE plays a major role in all industries- retail, banking, government and most certainly education.
Internet of Everything has given us richer experiences, simplified aspects of our life, and has allowed unprecedented opportunity for businesses and learning opportunities for students while enabling real-time virtual collaboration opportunities for patrons.
MOTechTalk2017 is a highly technical two day conference event with Missouri School District Technology Departments in mind. Spend two jam packed days focusing on the future of your district’s technology program. What makes this conference so different? Every detail is planned by folks who work for School District Technology Departments in Missouri. This is NOT an instructional tech conference – This is a Tech Dept conference.
Extraordinary educators deserve extraordinary professional development. At ISTE 2017, you’ll find strategies that work from the brightest minds in ed tech. We’ve combed through thousands of ideas and picked the best for you. Connect and learn from other innovative educators, thought leaders and education companies at the world’s most comprehensive ed tech meeting of the minds.
HSTI is a one of a kind conference and is the only conference “built by educators for educators.” The success of HSTI is due to the fact that it is built by educators and partners that care about what is best for children.
We will continue to do our best to offer the best hands-on workshops and breakout sessions in the region. Educators from all over the state offer advice and suggestions for improvement. We take your comments very seriously and try to incorporate them into planning for future HSTI events.
Tech Talk Live is Pennsylvania’s only technology conference that focuses on the day-to-day issues that technology professionals face in the educational environment. While other conferences might have strands for IT professionals, this conference’s main focus is IT professionals who support education.
NCCE is a professional learning organization for educators and hosts the largest education conference in the Northwest. Founded in 1971, NCCE has a solid foundation advocating for the effective use of technology in education. With a focus on 21st Century skills, NCCE works to provide best practices to educators with the goal of enhancing student success.
With over 120 technology-focused sessions, you’ll hear from your colleagues and vendors in the K20 community. Learn new skills, and check out cutting edge products that will make your job easier!
The TCEA Annual Convention and Exposition brings together campus and district-level educators to explore best practices for engaging students, increasing productivity, and innovating teaching and learning through the use of technology.
When you’re busy implementing the latest networking technology or trying to effectively integrate technology into your teaching practice, how do you find the time to stay ahead of new technologies and develop your skills? The IETA Conference is a 3-day conference featuring practical advice from your peers and educational experts on the latest IT initiatives and instructional technology practices.
MECA conferences provide participants a chance to network with peers, learn from each other’s experiences, see new vendor offerings, and, in general, receive outstanding professional development concerning instructional technology.
Techspo is a full two-day technology exhibition and training conference for school leaders. Educators and their communities will benefit from the data, knowledge and materials to be presented at this state-of-the-art conference.
Our specially developed technologies deliver real-time Dynamic Content Analysis™ of web pages, all without impacting on the users’ experience.