Join nearly 2,000 information technology leaders, technicians, tech resource/integration specialists, classroom teachers, administrators/district leaders, library media specialists, vendors/exhibitors, and other education professionals at the largest education technology conference in the south central US at KySTE 2014, the conference of the Kentucky Society for Technology in Education, March 5-7, 2014 at the Galt House in Louisville.

This year’s conference theme is “Redefining Horizons: Moving Learning Forward.”

There will be sessions on a variety of important education technology trends and tools, including:

  • enterprise-level technology, including hardware selection, deployment, and support
  • emerging technologies
  • tablets, eReaders, student “bring your own device,” 1-1 computing
  • technology-driven classroom resources, practices, and ideas, with attention to the Common      Core and Next-Generation Standards
  • Web 2.0 tools, resources, software and storage “on the cloud”
  • multimedia in the district, school, and classroom
  • videoconference technologies and Ideas which leverage connections (real-time or otherwise)      across distances
  • hybrid/blended and distance education tools and strategies
  • assistive technology/Universal Design for Learning

The Wednesday pre-conference workshops (free with full registration) has greatly expanded. Besides the usual DTC/CIO, TIS/TRT, STLP and technical threads, look for sessions on:

  • Infinite Campus
  • School Leadership
  • Library/Media
  • The  Continuous Instructional Improvement Technology System (CIITS)
  • …and featuring “Expertly Speaking,” with international education consultant and author Meg Ormiston.

To register, visit the KySTE 2014 resource page. Early bird registration pricing expires January 31, 2014.  For up-to-the minute information, see the KySTE 2014 information page on the KySTE website.