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ISTELive 24 will be held from midday Sunday, June 23, through Wednesday, June 26, 2024. Virtually presented content will be featured for a half day on Saturday, June 22, and Sunday, June 23, for all attendees. Whether you're attending in person or online, expect a variety of formats, a flexible schedule and hundreds of learning opportunities. Recorded content will be available post-conference for six months.
ISTELive 24 is a hybrid event, with the face-to-face conference being held in Denver at the Colorado Convention Center. Virtual attendees can experience content from around the world from their devices, along with sessions from the in-person conference streamed on the ISTE platform.
ISTELive 24 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. All recorded content will be made available in a timely manner.
ISTELive 24 Virtual will include two half days of virtually presented content made available to all attendees on Saturday, June 22, and Sunday, June 23. Content from Sunday, June 23, through Wednesday, June 26, will include 85+ high-quality sessions streamed from the Colorado Convention Center to the ISTE platform.
Session recordings will be available for six months after the event.
Select hotels within ISTE’s official housing block will have shuttle service to the convention center. This information and additional housing details can be found on our housing page.
All registration details can be found in your ISTELive 24 account. You can print or resend your receipt or confirmation email from the “Attendee Menu” link in your account.
We continue to monitor health and safety recommendations from the CDC, Colorado and the city of Denver. At this time, we do not plan to have specific vaccination, testing or mask requirements in place for ISTELive 24, but we reserve the right to implement policies should the current public health environment change. Guidelines for attending the conference will take into consideration the well-being of the ISTE community and federal, state and/or local guidance.
The full program will be available mid-February.
You may be able to earn continuing education credits (CEUs) or graduate credit for attending ISTELive 24. A certificate of attendance will be available to all registrants after the event.
Conference hours are not automatically eligible for CEU hours. Reach out to your district or state Department of Education to find out how to secure CEUs before the conference to ensure you can obtain your hours.
You'll receive an email with specific instructions on how to log in and attend the conference virtually in late spring. The virtual platform will require a simple login process, and we'll include supporting documentation to ensure you get the most out of your online experience.
Whether you attend in person or virtually, you can help us make ISTELive 24 an amazing experience by volunteering! There are volunteer opportunities to fit your schedule and interests. Make sure to select “I’m interested in volunteering” on the registration form to receive updates.
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