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Nation’s largest ed-tech conference set to begin

ISTE 2014 Conference & Expo begins June 28 in Atlanta—and eSchool Media has it covered

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This year’s ISTE conference is expected to draw more than 18,000 people.

The nation’s largest ed-tech conference is about to begin in Atlanta—and eSchool Media will be there, bringing you live coverage throughout the event!

The International Society for Technology in Education (ISTE) 2014 Conference & Expo kicks off June 28 at the Georgia World Congress Center, and it runs through July 2.

Those attending the conference in person will have access to hundreds of sessions in a variety of formats, including lectures and hands-on learning environments—as well as a massive exhibit hall featuring the latest ed-tech products and services from more than 500 companies.

Keynote speakers will be actor and humanitarian Ashley Judd; Kevin Carroll, an author, speaker, and agent for social change who inspires leaders to embrace their spirit of play and creativity to maximize their potential; and 2013 National Teacher of the Year, Jeffrey Charbonneau.

eSchool News Managing Editor Laura Devaney (@eSN_Laura) and Director of Content Dennis Pierce (@eSN_Dennis) will be on hand to bring news from ISTE 2014 to our readers.

To get live updates from the conference, you can follow Laura and Dennis on Twitter—and watch for full conference reports posted to eSchoolNews.com on topics such as…

• The keys to becoming a successful digital school administrator;

• Five critical mistakes schools make with iPads (and how to correct them);

• How to make the transition to digital textbooks; and

• What digital games such as Angry Birds and Minecraft can teach us about learning.

Plus, we’ll have the industry’s most extensive reporting on new ed-tech trends, products, and developments from the ISTE 2014 conference exhibit hall.

Check our home page or the ISTE Conference Information Center for the latest ISTE conference news!

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