We’re on route and cannot wait! California’s only association focusing on both supporting the delivery of education technology and “the needs of IT Professionals working in schools” – the 2016 CETPA Conference kicks off once more! And we just had to come back, from meeting the influential crowds, exhibiting among fantastic companies and speakers to visiting innovative sessions and much more – we couldn’t miss it!
If you’re heading to Sacramento for the conference next week, meet LapCabby on Booth 410 where the team will be ready to answer all your device storage questions and show off our top products, including the recently GSA-approved Lyte, GoCabby and Boost solutions. Read about the new LapCabby GSA Contract here.
And don’t worry, no matter if you have a mass of iPads to charge, or Chromebooks with nowhere to go, from compact and static mixed-device storage to portable carts and travel cases, we’ve got you covered!
Don’t take our word for it
We recently chatted to Alex Mui from Los Angeles Public Library, where they deliver innovative afterschool schemes supporting local school districts and communities. To continue growing mobile learning through the initiative, the LA Public Library utilizes several LapCabby carts to charge and protect iPad, Chromebook and laptop devices. Get the full case study here.
“LapCabby is like the Mercedes of carts!”
Every day’s a school day!
In between mingling (meeting us of course!) and discovering the new, innovative ways technology is being used in classrooms and school districts – there are some brilliant sessions running!Check out the whole agenda here and check out a few of our top picks below:
Amy Thelen from Lightspeed Systems – “You’ve got Chomebooks – now what? How to make your 1:1 or BYOD a success” at 4.50pm, 10th November
Robert Craven , described in his bio as “an educator with a technology obsession” will be delivering the featured session: “The Hitchhikers guide to the 1:1 Galaxy” at 9am, 11th November
Dennis Large, Director, Education Technology, Riverside COE, addresses “Equity in the Digital Classroom” 10am, 11th November.
Looking at the unique benefits of technology in education and how we can utilize these to ‘improve access and personalization on the road toward equity’