Conference Reminders
Keynote, Spotlight and Featured Speakers

This year, we are most fortunate to have an array of talented speakers ready to go for YOU! At the top of the list is our keynote speaker, Carl Hooker. We believe you will find his  unique blend of educational background, technical expertise, and humor makes him a successful driving force for the changes we need in our schools. In addition, we're very happy to have Tony Vincent join us as a spotlight speaker. Since 1998 Tony has been a pioneer in digital learning and is on a mission to help teachers be their best by connecting them with technology. Finally, we'll be joined by featured speakers Janet Corder and Joan Gore. These two ladies LOVE to have fun! Their trainings take the fear out of integrating technology across the curriculum, meeting the needs of the beginner to the most advanced user.

Beyond this group, we have many knowledgeable presenters from across our state who are prepared to teach and inspire. But, the only way you can see them all is to join us at LACUE 2016. Don't be left out!

Pre-Conference Workshops

On Wednesday, November 7th, the LACUE conference will feature several pre-conference workshops that will provide you with in-depth and hands-on opportunities to explore a variety of tools and ideas. Each of these workshops incur an extra cost and require a separate registration. Pre-conference sessions include:
Conference Schedule

Now is the perfect time to start planning your days at the LACUE conference. The schedule has been released and is viewable from the conference website.

Instagram and Twitter Contests

During the conference (December 7-9, 2019), take a photo and share it on Instagram or Twitter with the hashtag: #lacue2016. Make sure to include your email address when posting a 
pic! A winner in the three categories below will be chosen.
 
Enter frequently to improve your chances!
  1. Educational Technology in Action
  2. Digital Learning and Teaching in Action
  3. The Exhibit Hall


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