DA’s FETC 2021 will be held virtually, and free to attend

The complimentary virtual experience offers the education community the opportunity to connect with the latest technologies and expert guidance for training in today’s world
By: | September 14, 2020

The Future of Education Technology Conference® (FETC®), an intensive, highly collaborative exploration of new education technologies, best practices and pressing issues, today announced the essential four-day conference, kicking off on Tuesday, Jan. 26, 2021 will adopt a no-cost, virtual model.

The fully digital format will give educators and technology leaders, in all roles, access to expert-led live-streamed sessions, daily keynotes, Q&As, AI-based networking, exhibits of new technology, and more.

Jennifer Womble, FETC Program Chair, shared, “No one could have predicted the current changes in education. The pandemic has demonstrated that the most important thing we can do for administration and educators is to provide high-quality professional development and community support. FETC is proud to offer engaging educational technology content digging into the most pressing issues from access and equity to change management, cybersecurity, digital literacy, and distance learning at a time when districts need it most.”

The fully interactive, free FETC virtual experience will use state-of-the-art technology to ensure attendees are able to explore and network with other participants, speakers, and solution providers. Attendees will be able to take part in live Q&As, one-on-one meetings, join group chats, visit booths, and more.

The 2021 agenda will cover the hottest topics and include roundtables, product demonstrations, and solution provider sessions. Additional details will be released in the upcoming weeks.

To register for free visit www.FETC.org.