ISTELive 22 will be held from midday Sunday, June 26-Wednesday, June 29, 2022. You can expect a variety of formats, a flexible schedule and hundreds of learning opportunities whether you’re attending in person or online. Recorded content will be available post-conference for six months.
ISTELive 22 will be a hybrid event, with the in-person conference being held in New Orleans at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center and virtual content available from everywhere.
ISTELive 22 will offer varied content experiences, from hands-on interactive programming to listen-and-learn sessions to immersive demos in the expo hall, and some select in-person only content like playgrounds and posters. In-person attendees will also have access to all virtual content and streamed content through the ISTELive 22 virtual platform. All recorded content will be available post event.
ISTELive 22 will leverage the robust virtual platform built for the 2021 conference to allow for attendee networking, virtual content and access to content being streamed from the in-person conference. Select recorded content will be available post event (depending on your registration type).
Select hotels within ISTE’s official housing block will have shuttle service to the convention center. View the routes and schedules on the transportation page.
View the operating hours for various areas of ISTELive 22 on the on-site information page
If you have tech issues for your in-person session, audio visual techs will be roaming between several session rooms and can stop by to assist you. If you want to practice connecting to the session room AV, visit Presenters’ World in Room 350/1, or stop by your session room in the morning at 8 a.m.
To get tech help for virtual presentations, you can chat with a customer service representative on our Virtual Platform Support Desk or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Before chatting with a customer service representative, please review our tech tips.
If you are a virtual presenter and need assistance as you practice your presentation, please reference the training materials in the presenter menu. If you are having technical problems during your presentation, there will be a session moderator in your room to assist you.
Track the sessions you attend in My Favorites to generate an official certificate of attendance after ISTELive 22. A certificate is a requirement for many state continuing education units (CEU) programs.
You may be able to earn CEU credit for attending ISTELive 22. You should reach out to your district or state Department of Education to find out how to secure CEUs, then, post conference, use the certificate of attendance that we’ll provide to claim your credits. Learn more here. Your conference hours are not automatically eligible for CEU hours. Please reach out to your state before the conference to ensure you can obtain your hours.
Graduate-level credits are available from the Dominican University of California and the University of San Diego. Learn more here, then enroll in the program that best fits your needs. You can also visit the Earning Credit Desk in the Hall H Lobby on-site to learn more.
The ISTELive 22 mobile app and platform feature many ways to connect to other attendees, including:
Add your Twitter, LinkedIn, Facebook and Instagram handle to your profile to increase your social media engagement with others. Use the hashtag #ISTELive and your post just might be highlighted in the Social Spot on the event platform and mobile app!
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All attendees for the in-person portion of ISTELive 22 must show proof of vaccination OR a negative test taken no earlier than Saturday, June 25, to pick up an ISTELive 22 badge. Additional COVID policies can be found here.
To give all participants the opportunity to benefit from ISTE events and activities, ISTE is committed to providing a friendly, safe, supportive and harassment-free environment for all event attendees and participants, regardless of gender, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, disability, physical appearance, body size, race, ethnicity, religion or other group identity.
This Code of Conduct outlines the ISTE expectations for all event attendees and participants, including all members, speakers, vendors, media representatives, commentators, exhibitors, sponsors and volunteers. Cooperation is expected from everyone, and organizers will actively enforce this code throughout this event. Violations are taken seriously.
ISTELive 22 is all about variety! There are a wide range of session experiences offered in multiple formats, lengths and topics. Explore the program overview for more details. The program search will allow you to browse all options.
In the program, you can explore all the live sessions being offered at ISTELive 22. Click on the star icon to add a session to “My Favorites.” A list of the sessions you favorite can be found on My Dashboard.
We’ve curated session recommendations for you based on questions that you answered during your registration process, as well as when you first sign in to the ISTELive 22 virtual platform or mobile app. Your recommended sessions can be found on My Dashboard on the virtual event platform and mobile app
Closed captioning is available for a limited number of sessions. You can find these sessions on the program search using the closed captioning filter. Web Captioner is a free online tool you might want to consider using in rooms where captioning is not offered. Chrome extensions are also available. View the tech tips for more info. All recordings will have captions for on-demand viewing.
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If you’re attending in person, stop by the Learning Journey Design Desk to meet with a designer who will help you create a personalized learning path, provide tips and tricks for navigating the conference, and help you make the most of your time at ISTELive 22.
The Learning Journey Design Desk is located in Hall F near registration in the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.
Designers are available:
Sunday, June 26, 10 a.m.‐3 p.m.
Monday, June 27, 8 a.m.‐1 p.m.
Tuesday, June 28, 8 a.m.‐1 p.m.
Wednesday, June 29, 8‐10:30 a.m.
Select recorded content will be available post event (depending on your registration type), and on-demand videos will be uploaded 24 hours after each session. You can find on-demand videos on the session pages accessible through the program search. On-demand content will be available for six months after the event.
On-demand content will be available for six months after the event.
The official ISTELive 22 mobile app has everything you need to discover all the conference has to offer! Download the mobile app to:
After you’ve downloaded the app, sign in using your mobile app access code that was emailed to you and is also available on your ISTELive 22 account.
Get acquainted with the ISTELive 22 platform by watching this video.
Make sure to test your audio and video here before logging into the event virtual platform. If you successfully connect using this testing link, you should have no problem in your session room.
Check out the tech tips for more information about system and network best practices.
All sessions can be accessed through “Browse the Program.” Clicking into a session will take you to the virtual meeting room. If a session has not started, you’ll enter a waiting room. The presenter will let you in at the start of the session.
Session recordings should be posted 24 hours after the live session. All recordings can be found on the same session page where the live session took place. Visit “Browse the Program” to search for sessions that have already occurred.
By adding resources to your digital tote, you can access them for up to six months after the conference. You can find digital tote resources at the bottom of each individual session page. Click “Add to digital tote” to save resources.
The ISTELive 22 Game is back and all attendees (in New Orleans and virtual) can play! Find details on how to get in the game on the ISTELive 22 virtual platform or mobile app.
You can earn points two ways:
Participating in both content exploration and in-game challenges in different categories allows you to earn challenge tokens, and ultimately to level up from Novice to Bronze status, Bronze to Gold, and Gold to our highest rank, Platinum status.
The expo hall main entrance is Hall H at the New Orleans Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.
The expo hall hours are:
Monday, June 27, 10:45 a.m.‐6 p.m.
Tuesday, June 28, 8:30 a.m.‐5:30 p.m.
Wednesday, June 29, 8:30 a.m.‐3 p.m.
Yes! Each exhibitor at ISTELive 22 hosts their own enhanced profile page that includes details and contact information about the company, as well as other helpful resources.
There will be an in-person expo hall raffle in New Orleans. A booklet of participating exhibitors will be given to attendees during badge pickup. Raffle drawings will take place on Wednesday, June 29.
There will not be a virtual expo hall raffle.
Select exhibitors will also be participating in the ISTELive 22 Game in person and online. Explore the expo hall or the exhibitor virtual profiles for specific game activities.
Having trouble logging in? Make sure you’re using the email address that you registered with to log in. Sometimes people have both a personal email address and a work email address separately in our system, but you’ll need to use the one that you’re registered with to gain access to ISTELive 22.
You will need to enter your 4-digit access code that was emailed to you and is also available on your ISTELive 22 Account (it is the same access code you use to sign in on the mobile app).
If you are experiencing tech issues, be sure you’re using the recommended settings below and then try again.
Recommended Browser: Chrome is recommended, Firefox and Edge are alternatives. On iOS devices, Safari can be used.
Recommended Systems: Windows 10, Windows 8 or 8.1, Windows 7, Mac OS X, macOS 10.9 or later, iOS 11 or later.
Connection speed: A minimum connection of 3 Mbps both upload and download is required to view streamed content. A 10 Mbps upload/download is recommended to be able to engage via video or microphone in sessions. Test your connection here.
For a more stable connection, an ethernet internet connection is always recommended. If you’re still experiencing a lag, ensure you’re off camera to help the connection speed or understand if you have other programs running in the background of your computer that could be using bandwidth. You can also hide presenters’ videostream within live sessions if you still encounter stability issues.
Video and Audio permissions: Each computer and each browser has different permissions for access to camera, speakers or microphones. The best way to ensure your computer and browser are prepared for interactivity is to test your audio and video here. You will be prompted to allow access to your camera and microphone.
Multiple Screens and Monitors: We highly recommend having an additional monitor to ensure you can both share your screen and see the chat when you are in your session. You cannot be in the session from two devices at the same time, so we highly recommend an external monitor.
If you’ve been in sessions successfully before and you’re now encountering audio or video issues try these solutions in this order:
If you are a presenter experiencing issues, log in to your presenter menu to access the training materials you can use to prepare for your session. You will also have a room moderator in your session to assist with any problems that come up.
Didn’t find an answer you were looking for? Please send any additional questions to firstname.lastname@example.org, stop by the main information booth in New Orleans or the Help & Design Center within the ISTELive 22 platform to chat with a customer service representative.