SIG3D Gathering: Call for Learning Station Presenters
Calling all teachers, technology specialists, IT personnel, administrators and others working in education!! Are you an innovator, successfully using stereoscopic 3D technologies in your classroom, school or district?? If so, we would love to showcase you in a 3D Learning Station at our SIG3D Gathering!

The SIG3D Gathering will take place at the ISTE Conference on Tuesday, June 25 from 5:00 - 6:15 PM. Attendees will have the opportunity to explore and visit the 3D Learning Stations for a portion of the time during that event. Learning Station Presenters will need to arrive by 4:30 PM to set up their station. Possible topics include: 3D learning projects and activities, student-created 3D media, teaching with stereoscopic 3D content, technical suggestions for IT management, lessons enhanced with 3D technologies, or other creative ideas!

Submission deadline extended to midnight on Wednesday, June 12.

**Attention SIG3D Corporate Members: We would like to feature as many stereoscopic 3D technologies as possible. If you would like to support this event, please consider encouraging an educator who uses your product to submit as a Learning Station Presenter for our SIG3D Gathering.**
Station Presenter's Name *
First & Last Name
Presenter's Title & Affiliation *
School, District, Organization, etc.
Presenter's Email *
Please, be sure to include an email that you will check regularly between now and the conference.
Catchy Station Title *
Short Description of 3D Project or Application *
15-25 words, to be shared with ISTE attendees, SIG3D members, etc.
Describe your 3D project or application, sharing why it would be beneficial to the SIG3D Gathering. *
Stereoscopic 3D Technologies Used *
Please, list the stereoscopic 3D technology that you will share at your station. Please, be as specific and/or descriptive as possible.
Links or Web Resources relevant to your Station
(if applicable)
Is there any additional information you'd like us to consider, including the names of co-presenters?
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