2019 Presentation Folders are Now Available

2018 Presenter Folders

Thanks to the presenters for providing these valuable resources to conference attendees and the technology and engineering education community.

If you use any of the resource files, please take time to email the presenters a note on how you are using them.

Look for and click folder buttons in the online program below the presenter(s) name(s)

Presenter Folder

Presenter Folder Example

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2019 Conference Photo Gallery

See selected photos from previous conferences and Thursday of the 2019 Technology Fall Conference @ SUNY Oswego in this gallery video that was played at the 80th conference reception. Thank you to the students in TEL 363 Communication and Multimedia Systems for taking the photos and creating the gallery. You can see their names listed below.

If you would like to view more conference photos or download a photo or two from the 2019 conference, please visit these Google Drive folders:

Thank you to the students in TEL 363 Communication and Multimedia Systems and additional students for taking the photos and creating the gallery. You can see their names listed below.

2019 Technology Fall Conference
Photographers

⦿ Cameron Aldrich ⦿
⦿ Mark Babcock ⦿
⦿ Gabrielle Bloise ⦿
⦿ Liz Bruni ⦿
⦿ Jon Casciotta ⦿
⦿ Nick Denman ⦿
⦿ Shane Du Bois ⦿
⦿ Errol Dusman ⦿
⦿ Nick Duval ⦿
⦿ Ed Garner ⦿
⦿ Conner Hayes ⦿
⦿ Ben Heyer ⦿
⦿ Adam Layman ⦿
⦿ Josh Mastrantuono ⦿
⦿ Patrick Miskell ⦿
⦿ Tim Olmsted ⦿
⦿ Cameron Ott ⦿
⦿ Chase Palmer ⦿
⦿ Steve Prosser ⦿
⦿ Lucas Richard ⦿

2019 Dates to Save

Thanks to those of you who were able to attend the 2018 Technology Fall Conference.

Presenter Folders

The presenter resource folders/files are now available by visiting: https://fallconference.com/2018-program/  

If you like or utilize any of the resource files, please take a moment to email the presenters a note of appreciation on how you are utilizing the information in your classroom, laboratory or work.

2019 DATES TO SAVE

  • NYSTEEA Conference: Mark your calendar for the 56th Annual NYSTEEA Conference this spring:
    (March 21 – 22, 2019) Syracuse, NY. Visit the NYSTEEA site to apply to attend and/or present.
  • Technology Fall Conference: The 80th Technology Fall Conference at SUNY Oswego will be held on
    October 24 – 25, 2019. Mark your calendar and start communicating with your administrators this spring that you would like to attend and/or present.

 

2018 Conference Photo Gallery

Technology Fall Conference Photo Gallery on YouTube

See photos from Thursday of the 2018 Technology Conference in this gallery that was played at the 79th conference reception. Please also subscribe to our new YouTube Channel: Technology Fall Conference.

Thank you to the students in TEL 363 Communication and Multimedia Systems and additional students for taking the photos and creating the gallery. You can see their names listed below.

If you would like to download a photo or two, please view the photo gallery in Google Drive.

2018 Technology Fall Conference
Photographers

⦿ Rocco Caprioli ⦿
⦿ Cynthia Fox ⦿
⦿ Austin Gooshaw ⦿
⦿ Adrianna Guidetti ⦿
⦿ Sarah Loudon ⦿
⦿ Mike Petrie ⦿
⦿ Stephen Saltus ⦿
⦿ Matt Scheibel ⦿
⦿ James Spinaris ⦿
⦿ Matt Taylor ⦿
⦿ Erika Wallace ⦿
⦿ Pat Wolf ⦿
⦿ Amanda Young ⦿

2018 Presentation Folders are Now Available

2018 Presenter Folders

Thanks to the presenters for providing these valuable resources to conference attendees and the technology and engineering education community.

If you use any of the resource files, please take time to email the presenters a note on how you are using them.

Look for and click folder buttons in the online program below the presenter(s) name(s)

Presenter Folder

Presenter Folder Example

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Comsewogue School District wins CNC Router Package!

Congratulations to Chris Kowalski of Comsewogue School District on winning a CNC Router package valued at 18,000 dollars during the 2018 Technology Fall Conference. Thank you to Allegheny Educational Systems and Forest Scientific, Inc. for donating this valuable technology and engineering education resource.

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From left to right: Gary Lavieri of Allegheny Educational Systems, Chris Kowalski of Comsewogue School District, and John Martincic of Forest Scientific