The CUE Conference is the largest and oldest education technology conference in California, and among the largest in the United States. For 30 years, it has been the best value.
Who Should Attend?
Educators, technology coordinators, administrators and those who are looking to see how technology can support student achievement. Many sessions and exhibits will be of special value to those involved in Title I, School Improvement Program, Eisenhower Program, Data and Assessment, Enhancing Education Through Technology (EETT), English Language Development (ELD), Special Needs, and GATE.
Thousands of teachers, administrators, students and parents, and other professionals will attend the three-day conference which includes:
Concurrent sessions are one-hour, lecture-style presentations that address all areas of the curriculum and appeal to a variety of teachers. Sessions may be given by a single speaker, team or panel who can address the needs of the novice user of educational technology as well as the more experienced professional. Full list of concurrent session will be available via CUE Guide shortly after the new year.
A Poster Session advertises your research. CUE will simultaneously offer 9 two-hour poster sessions during each of the poster session timeslots throughout the conference. All poster stations will be co-located in the back of the exhibit hall, and will include access to power, Internet connectivity. They will also include a counter-height presentation table and a free-standing bulletin board. Presenters are asked to provide a sign with their name and presentation title- any size and format is acceptable. Full list of poster session will be available via CUE Guide by Dec. 15, 2012.
Concurrent Session Panels
Panel proposals are submitted and accepted in the same manner as concurrent session proposals.
These quick, 20-minute presentations focus on emerging and existing innovations to enhance learning, productivity, or understanding. They should be noncommercial, brief, and focus on one or two tips, techniques, or resources. Full list of CUE Tips will be available via CUE Guide by Dec. 15, 2012.
CUE provides spaces for selected vendors to present sessions. Full list of corporate session will be available via CUE Guide by Dec. 15, 2012.
Keynote and Spotlight speakers are sought from both inside and outside California and bring a national perspective to CUE. Full list of featured speakers session will be available via CUE Guide by Dec. 15, 2012.
Nearly 200 vendor displays featuring the latest in education technology resources. The Exhibit Hall is open Thursday, Friday and Saturday. Exhibits are open to all attendees and do not require an additional fee. Exhibit Hall Only passes available. Children under 16 are not allowed in the hall. Full list of vendors available at cue.org/exhibitors
For an additional fee, you may attend one of our Hands-On Workshop held throughout the three-day conference. Workshop labs hold 20-30 registrants. Workshops are a full day or three hours of hands-on training to compliment your regular conference registration. Sign up early! For a full list of workshops please go to our Workshop page.
Ed Tech K12 Voucher Program
Good news! The CUE Conference is an approved Professional Development provider for the Ed Tech K12 Voucher program in California. Use vouchers to reimburse your registration and workshop fees!
Students over the age of 16 are welcome to register. Children not meeting the age requirement will not be allowed to attend or accompany parents or teachers into sessions or exhibits.
Future CUE Conferences in Palm Springs:
March 20-22, 2014
March 19-21, 2015
March 17-19, 2016
For further information please contact CUE, Inc at (925) 478-3460 or cueinc (at) cue.org
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