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ISTE 2012 > Program > Affiliate Information

Program Affiliate Activities

ISTE affiliates are local or regional organizations that share ISTE's mission. We encourage you to become actively involved in your local affiliate. ISTE has 80 affiliates around the world (see the complete list of ISTE’s affiliates) that support educators and have a powerful, grassroots impact in the field of education.

The affiliate partners listed below have an active role in promoting and participating in ISTE 2012. Many of them hold receptions during the conference and/or host a booth so you can meet up with people from your area of the world and learn how you can build your local network.

Affiliate Booths

Visit the Affiliate kiosk near ISTE Central to see what your affiliate is doing during the conference and year-round. If you’re not yet a member of an ISTE affiliate, stop by to learn more, get connected, and enter to win a great prize! Also, if your organization is interested in becoming an affiliate, visit the ISTE Affiliate Booth for more information.

Affiliates noted with an asterisk (*) have their own booth and can be found in the Sails Pavilion.

Affiliate Receptions

Visit Affiliate Receptions to see which groups will be hosting receptions and activities at the conference.

Regional Advocacy Meetups

In the Advocacy Lounge

Connect with others from your region to strategize how you can really make a difference and make your voice heard!

United States—Tuesday, June 26, 1:45 pm
Non-US—Wednesday, June 27, 11:30 am

ISTE Affiliate Partners

ACTEM Association of Computer Technology Educators of Maine
AETA Alabama Educational Technology Association
ATLE Alberta Technology Leaders in Education Association
AZTEA Arizona Technology in Education Alliance
CECA Connecticut Educators Computer Association
CSD Cooperating School Districts Virtual Learning Center
CUE* Computer-Using Educators, Inc.
ECOO Educational Computing Organization of Ontario
FCITL Florida Council of Instructional Technology Leaders
GLMA Georgia Library Media Association
ICE-IL* Illinois Computing Educators
ICE-IN Indiana Computer Educators
ITEC* Iowa Technology Education Connection
ITIP Ohio Instructional Technology Integration Partnership of Ohio
KYSTE Kentucky Society for Technology in Education
LACUE Louisiana Association Of Computer Using Educators
MACUL* Michigan Association for Computer Users in Learning
MAME* Michigan Association for Media in Education
MASSCUE Massachusetts Computer Using Educators
MSET Maryland Society for Educational Technology
NCCE Northwest Council for Computers in Education
NCTIES North Carolina Technology in Education Society
NETA Nebraska Educational Tech Association
NHSTE New Hampshire Society for Technology in Education
NJAET New Jersey Association for Educational Technology
NYSCATE New York State Association for Computers & Technologies in Education
OTA* Oklahoma Technology Administrators
PAECT Pennsylvania Association for Educational Communications & Technology
RISTE Rhode Island Society for Technology Educators
TCEA* Texas Computer Education Association
TETA Tennessee Educational Tech Association
TIE-SD Technology & Innovation in Education-South Dakota
UCET Utah Coalition for Educational Technology
VSTE Virginia Society for Technology in Education
WEMTA Wisconsin Educational Media & Technology Association

Affiliate Receptions at ISTE 2012

Monday, June 25

2-4 pm, WYTECC, Global Connections Lounge

4-6 pm, WEMTA, Hard Rock Hotel

4:30-6:30, ICE-IL & MSET, Tin Fish

5-7 pm, MACUL, Rock Bottom

5:30-7 pm, NYSCATE & PAECT, SD Marriott Marquis & Marina, SD Ballroom B

5:30-7:30 pm, NETA, Edgewater Grill

6-8 pm, AETA, Marriott, Torrey Pines Room

6-8 pm, AZTEA, Dick’s Last Resort

7-10 pm, ITIP Ohio, Aboard the HMS Surprise Sailing Ship, 1492 North Harbor Dr.

Tuesday, June 26

4:30-6:30 pm, ICE-IN, Holiday Inn on the Bay

5:30-6:30 pm, METC (aka CSDVLC), Holiday Inn Express Downtown

5:30-7 pm, OTA – members only ($25 per non-OTA member), Walking Tour Beginning at Gaslamp Quarter

7 pm-1 am, CUE, The Ivy at Andaz Hotel


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Not able to make it to ISTE 2012 in San Diego? Here are several ways you can participate remotely.

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