Thousands of ISTE Conference session proposals are submitted each year, and after a rigorous review process by volunteer educators, about one-third make it to the final program. Assembling a conference program that features a range of content, is comprehensive and offers something for all attendees at all times would not be possible without the hundreds of educators that contribute to the peer-review process. This video illuminates the proposal selection process that involves several stages of peer review, months of work and hundreds of volunteer experts. Watch to learn more and visit isteconference.org to see the latest information on the program of the upcoming ISTE Conference & Expo.
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