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ISTE 2012 > At A Glance > Conference Takeaways

At a Glance Conference Takeaways

Keep your learning alive post-conference. Choose some or all of the methods below for accessing ISTE 2012 content year round!

Expanding Horizons Video
Video on Demand
Executive Summaries
Buzz@ISTE
Presenter Handouts & Papers


Expanding Horizons pre-keynote video


Video on Demand

Video on Demand
Look for this VOD icon next to session listings or select the Video-on-Demand checkbox under Other Search Options at the bottom of the Custom Program Search page to browse the 50 sessions and events that were recorded for on-demand viewing after the conference. Videos will be available for viewing for approximately one year.


Executive Summaries — New!

Expand the Other Search Options box (at the bottom of search page) to find the sessions identified with this icon that were pre-selected for developing our Executive Summaries. Think of them as "Cliffs Notes" that capture the sessions' most important takeaways—turning the content from the session into concise, documented, actionable insights.

Beginning in August, these summaries will be made available for a nominal fee ($.99 for 1; $9.99 for all 15) to interested ISTE members and non-members alike through the ISTE digiPubs app and the ISTE online store.


Buzz@ISTE

Buzz@ISTE is a series of video interviews captured by volunteers from CUE, ISTE’s California affiliate. Listed by name below you’ll find interviews with thought leaders, authors, and educators who were onsite at ISTE 2012.

Matt Cauthron, ISTE Teacher of the Year, Cathedral City High School (CA), Digital Arts
Jon Corripo, Minarets Charter High School (CA), Professional Communities—Rock Star Teacher Summer Tech Camp
Rob Darrow & Matthew Wicks, iNACOL, Online/Blended Learning
Hall Davidson, Discovery Education, Digital Transformation—Mobile Media
Christine DiPaulo, Jenkintown School District (PA), Personal Branding
Dr. Leonardo Garnier, Costa Rica Ministry of Education, Successful countrywide Ed Tech initiatives in Costa Rica
Enrique Gonzalez & Amparo Lopez, San Diego County Office of Education & Binational Migrant Education Program (PROBEM), Building Bridges, not Borders Collaborations between San Diego County and Baja California
Steve Hargadon, Classroom 2.0, ISTE Unplugged Events: SocialEdCon, Global Education Summit, Bloggers' Café & ISTE Live
Rushton Hurley, Next Vista for Learning, MERIT (Making Education Relevant and Interactive through Technology) Program
Mike Lawrence & Bonnie Marks, CUE & ISTE 2012 Regional Program Chair, CUE/ISTE Partnership
Chris Lehmann, Science Leadership Academy, Inquiry-driven, project-based high school focused on 21st Century learning
Brian Lewis, ISTE, Insights of ISTE’s new incoming CEO
Kelly Mendoza, Common Sense Media, Tools and resources to help families and educators thrive in a world of media technology
Dr. Jill Pittman, Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools, Public/private partnerships in schools that prepare students for IT careers
Yolanda Ramos, ISTE, Latin America (LatAm) Ed Tech Showcase
Kecia Ray, Metropolitan Nashville Public Schools & ISTE Board, Insights of ISTE’s new President Elect
David Ross & Theresa Shafer, Buck Institute for Education & New Tech Network, Project-Based Learning
Danny Silva, CUE, Google Teacher Academy
Glen Warren, California School Library Association, Remote ISTE

Presenter Handouts & Papers

More than 200 presenter handouts and research papers are now available online for reivew/download. See tips below for how to access these resources.

To search for a handout from a particular session:

  • Use the Custom Program Search to find your session (by title, day/time, presenter, etc.)
  • From the Search Results page, click the session title to access the Details page
  • Scroll down to access the handout PDF
  • NOTE: Not all presenters upload handouts

To search for all available handouts:

  • Go to the Custom Program Search page
  • Scroll to the bottom and expand the Other Search Options box
  • Select the Handouts (to date) box
  • Hit New Search to display the Search Results page
  • Click the session title to access the Details page
  • Scroll down to access the handout PDF
  • NOTE: You can narrow your search by selecting an additional field, such as BYOD

To search for research papers:

  • Go to the Custom Program Search page
  • In the Category & Subcategory dropdown, select Research Paper (main)
  • Scroll to the bottom and expand the Other Search Options box
  • Select the Handouts (to date) box
  • Hit New Search to display the Search Results page
  • Click the session title to access the Details page
  • Scroll down to access the handout PDF
  • NOTE: Not all research paper presenters upload papers

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ISTE 2012 Important Dates

October 3, 2011
Registration opens

October 5, 2011
Call for participation closes

November 2, 2011
Housing reservations open

February 15, 2012
Program online, add workshops and tours

March 31, 2012
Super Early-Bird registration deadline

April 11, 2012
Housing cancellation deadline, no fee

May 1, 2012
Early-Bird registration deadline

June 6, 2012
Online housing reservations close

June 8, 2012
Mail registrations close

June 18, 2012
Web/phone/fax registrations close

June 18, 2012
Deadline for cancellations (accepted in writing)

June 23–27, 2012
Onsite registration at San Diego Convention Center