Join us virtually for the 5th Annual LIT Conference on July 10, 2020!
Join us for this FREE conference on using technologies in education. SUNY Empire State College and the Saratoga Springs City School District will host its annual Learning with Innovative Technology (LIT) Conference virtually! Due to the uncertainty with the current COVID crisis, we have decided to move our 5th annual event online! We will meet virtually on the same date – July 10th.
This conference is designed for educators of all types, including K-12 teachers, higher-education faculty and students, technologists, librarians and anyone else interested in the use of technologies in education. The conference is packed with presentations from other educators, like you, who have something to share in the field. You'll walk away from this conference with new and fresh ideas to bring back to your school and classroom. Professional development certificates will be awarded to those interested.
Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE)
Participants can receive Continuing Teacher and Leader Education (CTLE) hours for attending the whole day. Certificates are emailed after the conference to attendees who require them.
Interested in College Credit for Attending?
For more information on possibilities for combining the conference with credit registrations in education, please contact us at LIT@esc.edu.
About the Conference
This is a one day annual event.
The preliminary schedule:
|8:00am||Session 1 (60 minute sessions)|
|9:15am||Session 2 (60 minute sessions)|
|10:30am||Session 3 (60 minute sessions)|
|11:30am||Visit with Vendors/Networking Lunch|
|12:30pm||Session 4 (60 minute sessions)|
|1:45pm||Session 5 (60 minute sessions)|
|3:00pm||Session 6 (60 minute sessions)|
Past Conference Program Books
Due to the event moving online - we no longer need travel details. Closer to the event, we will include logistics on how to access the virtual sessions.
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