The West Virginia Statewide Technology Conference (WVSTC) will return to Morgantown from July 19-21, 2023. The conference has announced its call for presentation proposals as part of the first step to planning the conference.
“This is a great opportunity for professionals who work with technology from all around the state—whether you work in higher ed, K-12 schools, government or even non-profits to showcase programs they’ve implemented, lessons learned, research conducted and more,” says conference co-chair, Sarah Barnes. “We want to shine a light on the fact that West Virginia is a place where we are leading with technology and innovation, too.”
The WVSTC Call for Presentations is open for proposals now through February 1, 2023.
The three-day event expects to host hundreds of educators, consultants, administrators, and directors from West Virginia’s K-12, higher education, state and local government, and non-profit sectors. Attendees will be able to take part in sessions related to a wide range of technology topics, network with peers and visit a technology Vendor Expo. The Expo is expected to feature at least 60 vendors.
“We are currently planning the conference experience and will have more details about our keynote speakers and activities at the conference in the coming months,” said Harmony Garletts, conference co-chair.
The conference is coordinated by the West Virginia Network (WVNET) an organization that has been integral to educational networking and technology for the state of West Virginia since 1975.
The conference takes place from July 19-21, 2023, at the Morgantown Event Center and Morgantown Marriott. For more information and to sign up for email updates, visit https://wvstc.com.