We are thrilled to announce that Mosyle Corporation will attend the 38th Future of
Education Technology Conference (FETC) this year in Orlando! Meet us at #1944 booth.
This is a very special moment for us as we opened our new office in Florida last year and we experienced a fast growth globally since then.
Being at FETC is important because it is one of the largest education technology conference of the US and it is a great opportunity for administrators, IT professionals and educators to discover new edtech tools and connect with solution providers and education best practices.
Read on the article and understand more about FETC and why you should attend 23-26 January to the conference!
The Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC) is one of the largest education
technology conference of the US, and has gathered the most creative education
professionals from around the world over the last 40 years.
The conference showcases workshops and sessions with highly collaborative exploration of new technologies and the most innovative best practices. The attendees join FETC year after year with different experiences and knowledge sets, sharing with the community challenges and goals for the future of Education Technology.
School and district administrators, classroom teachers, IT professionals, and other educators with roles or interest in ed tech, attend FETC to find technology solutions, connections and professional learning they need to transform learning in their schools and districts.
And that is why we are attending FETC 2018 to present to the entire community our mobile device management (MDM) solution designed only for schools and districts. Every single feature were designed keeping students, teachers and IT staff in mind.
We share with you three reasons why you should attend FETC this year and also visit us on booth #1944!
● Discover innovative tools to engage your students
The conference is the great place to get a closer look at the most innovative Edtech tools since FETC will host more than 400 leading solution providers - and Mosyle will be part of it! You will have the chance to view live demonstrations and see brand-new solutions in action.
Our Mosyle team will be there to answer all your questions about our mobile device management (MDM) solution for schools and to share the best practices about managing Apple devices in educational environments.
● Join best practices sessions and workshops
FETC always offers great content not only for educators, but also CTOs, CIOs, IT Directors, CAOs and Superintendents. They provide different program tracks with workshops and sessions. These are great learning opportunities as it will explore the most relevant insights about the future of Edtech according to your interests.
They provide special tracks for administrators, information technology staff, educators, special education teachers and early learning educators. You can check out more info about it here.
There’s no better place than the Future of Education Technology Conference to discover the best practices for student success through the use of technology in schools and districts. Annually FETC showcases thousands of education and technology leaders and speakers that really address the challenges faced by the educators. It’s the perfect opportunity to learn!
● Get a close-up view of the most affordable MDM for schools
When you visit our booth, ask for a special demonstration and take a look at the powerful tools of Mosyle Manager MDM. Have the experience of managing devices using the MDM features designed exclusively for school’s IT staff.
Also discover the Mosyle Class Manager which helps teachers to ensure students learn safely, stay focused, and remain engaged through a personal learning experience with iPads and Macs. Or you can just come to say “Hi!”, we would love to have you!
38th Future of Education Technology Conference (FETC)
January 23-26, 2018
Orange County Convention Center
Register until January, 22 at www.fetc.org
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