Mary Wever 
Michigan State University 


Saturday November 7, 2015 from 8:30 AM to 3:00 PM EST

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Michigan State University 
Erickson Hall
620 Farm Lane
East Lansing, MI 48824

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2015 MSU College of Education Technology Conference 



The 32nd Annual MSU College of Education Technology conference will be held on Saturday, November 7th, 2015 on the beautiful campus of Michigan State University in Erickson Hall from 8:30 am - 3:00 pm. Through a continued collaboration between the College of Education, the MSU College of Education Alumni Association and the Master of Arts in Educational Technology Program, this year's conference will be FREE OF CHARGE to all attendees.  Light breakfast items will be available as well as coffee, tea, and juice.

Featured Presenter

We are excited to announce that Sarah Thomas will be the opening keynote. 

Nominated as one of the “20 to Watch” by the National School Boards Association, Sarah Thomas is a force to be reckoned with in the growing field of Education Technology. She is an active blogger and founder of EduMatch project, inspiring collaborations without boundaries. In 2014 she was the winner of the 2014 Digital Innovation and Learning Award. She currently is a Technology Education teacher at Oxon Hill High School. She is also a doctoral candidate with a major in Education at George Mason University.

Her love for technology in education stems from her love of social media and technology and now she uses both as a tool to be able to connect with other educators. Her blog, is where she shares her experiences such as classroom flipping and gamification. The experiences in the classroom are what led her to develop The Edumatch project, in September 2014. This project was designed to facilitate global connections between teachers sharing similar interests to meet the needs of students around the world. Edumatch has grown since the initial launch, reaching users across five continents, and still growing.


Types of Conference Sessions

The conference offers concurrent sessions in the morning immediately after the Featured Presentation at 10:20 a.m and workshops in the afternoon after a lunch break.  During concurrent sessions,  experienced educators or trainers present a topic and discuss its relevance and applicability to the K-12 classroom and learning experiences as a pre-service or in-service educator.  Workshops offer an opportunity for hands-on instruction in an hour and a half block of time.

Following the Edcamp format, there is no preregistration required for hands-on workshops or the concurrent morning sessions.

Registration is now open.  


Thank you for your interested in the 2015 MSU College of Education Technology Conference!