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Welcome
Welcome to Virginia’s world famous Technology in Education conference. Whether you are a first-time attendee or a seasoned veteran you will find the conference full of information ready to take back to your school or workplace.

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We do not plan to have paper programs available on site. If you would like a printed program, please print a personal copy prior to arriving at the conference.

Use this online schedule to get the most up-to-date information pertaining to session titles, descriptions, and room locations (and maps) for this year’s conference. 

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Vince Scheivert

Loudoun County Public Schools
Assistant Superintendent of Digital Innovation
Vince Scheivert is the Assistant Superintendent of Digital Innovation for Loudoun County Public Schools, Virginia. Loudoun County is in the greater Washington DC Metro area. The department Mr. Scheivert provides leadership for consists of three divisions with a staff of 230 members. The Department of Digital Innovation supports a school division of 90 schools, over 80,000 students and 11,000 plus employees. He provides leadership in the development and implementation of digital innovation initiatives to ensure meaningful, effective and secure use of technology throughout Loudoun County Public Schools. One of those initiatives includes the rollout of individual learning devices (1:1) for all students providing an individualized learning experience. Mr. Scheivert is also heading up a fiber optic construction project to increase connectivity between school sites within Loudoun County. Devices and connectivity equip students and staff alike with the necessary tools to interact with each other, other school divisions, and the world at large. An active participant at the national level, through such organizations as Digital Promise, the Alliance for Excellent Education, The Consortium of School Networking, The International Society for Technology and at the Virginia Society for Technology in Education. In 2015, CoSN recognized him with its National CTO of the Year award. Before joining Loudoun County Public Schools, Mr. Scheivert provided leadership for the installation and implementation of technology in school divisions in Pennsylvania and Virginia. He is a graduate of Temple University, earned his master’s degree from George Washington University and is currently working towards a doctorate from Baylor University.