NYSETA Virtual Fall Conference
October 16th, 2020
Thank you to our Sponsors:
National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID)
New York State Cyber Security and Engineering Technology Association (NYSETA)
Location: Online via Zoom Conference.
This is a unique online technical conference in which both industry and educational experts collaborate to research and discuss the most current advances in engineering technology and STEM course design, application and teaching as well as diving into the most current and available access technologies for special needs populations. This is the first NYSETA conference since the COVID 19 epidemic, and will be the first fully virtual conference. The current epidemic has accelerated on-line technical education.
The National Technical Institute for the Deaf (NTID), a college of the Rochester Institute of Technology (RIT) will be hosting this even online via a Zoom conference.
Conference presenters will be experts who are at the forefront of their field. The opening session will include Dr. Linda Bryant, the Director of the NTID Learning Consortium and NTID Online Initiatives, who will address the current climate and changes in technical education due to the COVID-19 Pandemic.
The list of presenters also includes nationally recognized teachers and researchers in their respective fields.
For general information on NYSETA, please visit www.nyseta.org
Refer to this page for updates and details.
Registration and Paper Submission
For conference registration and payment, go to https://nyseta.org/membership/
For registration questions, email firstname.lastname@example.org
For paper submission or presentation submission questions, email email@example.com
Professor Dean Laury, Conference Co-Chair at firstname.lastname@example.org
Professor James Mallory, Conference Co-Chair at email@example.com
This will be an exciting conference. It will include the topics of:
- COVID-19 impact on technical teaching and classroom interactions
- Instructional Issues and Strategies in the Current Environment
- Innovation Design and Development Practices in Cyber, Engineering and ET
- Technology Innovations Impacting ET Education
- Access Technologies and Innovations
- STEM Education Methodologies in the Current Environment
There will be industrial exhibitors, publishers, faculty, students and administrators participating.
There are opportunities for exhibitors to demonstrate their products on this website. There are scholarship opportunities for those faculty who have an interest, please see the "Call for Submissions" section of this web site.
Who Should Attend This Conference:
- University Faculty – you have a scholarship opportunity to publish in a peer-reviewed technical journal and present to a technical audience. You can discover the current teaching trends presented by recognized leaders in your field of expertise.
- Disability Professionals, access service designers or providers, companies, or educational institutions – you can be exposed to designs and development of innovative solutions to provide greater access to life’s opportunities.
- High School Teachers or Career Counselors - learn the latest trends in teaching and technology education in the COVID environment.
- Professional Engineers – you can learn cutting edge design practices.
- University and College Students – if you are interested in any of the above and want to present your work.
- Exhibitors with a product or service to promote – you can have a large, diverse audience to expose your product or service to.