METC Presenter Resources
The Midwest EdTech Community supports and advocates for legal, moral and ethical policies and practices when using technology. We encourage all presenters to be model digital citizens and respect these same standards when representing our program. Therefore, please be sure to review these Federal Laws as you create and share with our attendees. If you do happen to share a resource that does not follow these be sure to let the attendees know and encourage them to check with their school / district Technology Guidelines & Policies before implementing. Likewise, as leaders in education we model best practices in Fair Use and Copyright. Be sure to give credit and cite your resources in your presentations. We appreciate your support in modeling quality Digital Citizenship and in helping to keep our METC Program high quality.
Presenter Requirements & Call for Proposal Template
All METC presenters are required to register for the conference by the Early-Bird Deadline, November 13, 2019. After acceptance notices have been sent, presenters will receive instructions on how to register to receive the presenter discounted rate. Presenters are highly encouraged to provide a link to any presentation resources to be shared with their audience. METC will not collect your resources to share, however we will encourage you and others to collaborate in collecting links to sessions through an Online Crowd-Sourcing Method as well as through social media, tagging us @METCedplus and using our hashtag #METCpd & #METC20.
Resources to Reference:
Learn more about COPPA, CIPA and FERPA:
Learn more about Fair Use & Copyright:
Learn more about Digital Citizenship:
Be sure to follow us on social media @METCedplus and our conference hashtag #METC20. If you have any questions about the Presenter Resources or Requirements, reach out to Stephanie Madlinger, Director of Educational Innovation & METC or Special Events Coordinator, Amanda (Mandi) Smith.