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T³IC goes virtual for 2021

We are excited to bring you the 33rd annual T³IC, now in an all-virtual format. Join us and your colleagues as we all come together to encourage, engage, and empower each other in this shared learning experience.

We are already hard at work planning the virtual conference program that will be everything you’d expect from a T³IC — thought-provoking, engaging and fun. Some things you can look forward to:

  • Dynamic sessions led by thought-leaders in math, science and STEM education
  • New strategies and resources for using TI technology to get students excited about math, science and STEM, whether they are learning in person or virtually
  • Connecting and sharing with like-minded educators from around the world
  • Special events and opportunities to win fun prizes

The 2021 Virtual T³IC will take place on consecutive Saturdays, Feb. 20 and 27, with a special preconference day on Feb. 13. You can experience the virtual conference live or at your convenience on demand.

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Keynote speaker

Keynote Speaker

Dan Finkel, Ph.D., is the founder of Math for Love, an organization devoted to transforming how math is taught and understood in schools. Finkel develops math games, puzzles and lesson plans to help students and teachers fall in love with mathematics.

On Feb. 20, his keynote, “How Mathematicians Play: Creating a Culture of Ownership, Rigor, and Joy in Math Class,” will explore specific routines and tools, including conjectures and counterexamples, to make joyful play a driving force in math class.

Breakout sessions

Our conference will feature 24, 1-hour breakout sessions that will include time for you to ask questions. Join fellow educators as they share ideas and strategies for using TI technology in math, science and STEM education.

Session topics include:

  • Effective teaching strategies
  • Virtual teaching
  • Test preparation
  • Assessment design
  • Coding
  • STEM projects
  • Data collection and analysis
  • And more

7 for 7

During the “7 for 7” session on Feb 27, you’ll hear from seven thought-leaders, each speaking for seven minutes on topics that encourage new perspectives and empower your teaching.

Presenters include:

  • Maria Benzon, Assistant Principal, Discovery Middle School, Texas
  • Lindsay Gold, Assistant Professor, University of Dayton, Ohio
  • Jill Gough, Director of Teaching and Learning, Trinity School, Georgia
  • Andi Parr, Education Specialist, Region 12 Education Service Center, Texas
  • Michelle Rinehart, Math Consultant and Graduate Student, Harvard University, Texas
  • Ariel Taylor, Assistant Professor of Practice, University of Texas at Austin, Texas
  • Dennis Wilson, Math Department Head, Landmark Christian School, Georgia

Birds of a Feather

Flock together

On Feb. 20, connect and converse with other educators who share your interest in a variety of topics, including:

  • CAS
  • Coding and computer science
  • Statistics
  • STEM and engineering
  • And more!

Math Yoga

Energize your morning

On Feb. 27, join us for an engaging session of math yoga, where yoga is explained through a lens of mathematical terms. Start your day invigorated and full of ideas to take back to your classroom. New or experienced yogis are welcome.

Bonus preconference day

We will host a preconference program on Feb. 13, featuring the C³ — Calculus Conference Within a Conference — as well as the “Getting Started” sessions for TI graphing calculators. This extra conference day is included with registration.

C³ presenters, all of whom have a deep knowledge of the AP® Calculus program, include experienced AP® Calculus teachers and other recognized leaders in mathematics and mathematics education policy, pedagogy and assessment.

  • Tom Dick, Ph.D., Former Chair, AP® Test Development Committee
  • Vicki Carter, Former Co-Chair, AP® Test Development Committee
  • Julie Clark, Ph.D., Chief Reader, AP® Calculus
  • Deb Hughes Hallett, Professor of Mathematics, University of Arizona
  • Karen Hyers, College Board Advisor, AP® Calculus
  • Dan Kennedy, Rincon High School, Arizona
  • Steve Kokoska, Former Chief Reader, AP® Calculus
  • Stephanie Ogden, Ph.D., Director, AP® Content Development for Calculus and Statistics, College Board®
  • Tony Record, Avon High School, Indiana
  • Sharon Taylor, Ph.D., Co-Chair, AP® Calculus Development Committee
  • Craig Wright, Educational Testing Service

Certificate of attendance


All attendees receive a certificate of attendance, which may be submitted
to your school or district for professional credit.

AP® is a trademark registered by the College Board, which is not affiliated with, and does not endorse, TI products. Policies subject to change. Visit www.collegeboard.org.

Registration

Registration for the 2021 Virtual T³IC is now open. For just $49, you get access to three days of enriching content and hands-on learning sessions, including a bonus preconference day.

Team discount

Attend with your team, and save on the admission price. When you register four educators to the conference, the fifth attends for free. Attending with your colleagues has never been so easy or cost-effective.

Borrow TI tech

If you don’t have the TI technology you need, you can sign up to borrow it free of charge. We have TI-Nspire™ CX II CAS and TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculators on hand to help you get the most out of your conference experience. We’ll even cover the shipping cost.

Quantities are limited, and you’ll need to register by Jan. 15, 2021, to qualify.

Get TI swag

We also have a TI welcome box full of fun swag for you that includes a webcam cover, a mug, socks and more. Quantities are limited, and it’s first come, first served, and you’ll need to sign up by Jan. 15, 2021, to get one.

After the conference

Going virtual allows us to bring you the conference, even after it’s over. All of the sessions from the 2021 Virtual T³IC will be available on demand to registrants through the end of May 2021. So if you can’t attend all of the conference live, you can still experience the content that you missed at your convenience.

Saturday, Feb. 13, 2021

Preconference day program

As a bonus that’s included with registration, Feb. 13 will be a special preconference day. We will offer “Getting Started” sessions to get you conference-ready with your TI graphing calculators, a session on bringing computer science programs to your school or district, as well as the C³ — Conference Within a Conference, which will explore the AP® Calculus program in detail.

Technology skills sessions

10 a.m. – 3:30 p.m. Central time

Explore the features, tip and tricks on our TI-Nspire™ CX II and TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculators.
Specific times and sessions include:

10 – 11:30 a.m.

Getting Started With the TI-Nspire™ CX II Graphing Calculator

Explore the unique features of the TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator and its dynamic linking across documents and multiple representations that allow students to interact directly with the math by seeing how manipulating one form changes all of the others. This session is an overview of the handheld and its functionality.
Technology: TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator

Noon – 1:30 p.m.

Tips and Tricks for the TI-84 Plus CE Graphing Calculator

This session will focus on some little-known, but useful ways of using the TI-84 Plus CE for high school mathematics. Classroom-ready activities for algebra and geometry will be used to illustrate these features. We will use TI-SmartView™ CE emulator software and explain how we use it for in-class and virtual learning.
Technology: TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator

WeTeach_CS and You Can Too!

10 – 11:30 a.m.

Schools across the country are launching computer science (CS) education programs in K–12 to prepare students for an increasingly technology-dependent world. This session will help you to understand why CS for all students is so important, what does (and doesn’t) count as CS in school, national trends in CS education, and resources to help your school/district build capacity for inclusive and equitable CS education. Learn how TI can partner with you to provide growth opportunities for teachers and create pathways for student success.

C³ — Calculus Conference Within a Conference

AP® Calculus Teaching and Learning:
Rising to the Challenge

10 a.m – 4 p.m. Central time
The Calculus Conference Within a Conference (C³) is a special, all-day calculus conference held biennially during T³IC. The day will provide an opportunity to discuss issues and challenges facing AP® Calculus teachers, including transitional success for students going to college, assessment, and resources and opportunities for professional development. C³ presenters, all of whom have a deep knowledge of the AP® Calculus program, include experienced AP® Calculus teachers and other recognized leaders in mathematics and mathematics education policy, pedagogy and assessment.
Specific times and sessions include:

10 – 10:10 a.m.

Welcome

Facilitator Tom Dick, Ph.D., will kick off the C³ - Calculus Conference Within a Conference and provide an overview of the day's program.

10:10 – 11 a.m.

Our Top 10 Aha Moments in Teaching Calculus

We’ll share some of the personal insights — those aha moments — we’ve experienced over many years of teaching calculus. Calculus is indeed wondrous and beautiful mathematics, and technology like the TI-84 Plus and TI-Nspire™ families of graphing calculators have provided windows (pun intended) that shed light on some neat connections as well as profound and surprising results. And who knows, we might actually have more than 10 insights to share!

11:10 a.m. – noon

Using Activities in AP® Calculus to Link Mathematical Practices With Differential Equations

Delve into the AP® Mathematical Practices (MPs) with differential equations. We will use collaborative work structures to develop the MPs with slope fields, Euler’s Method and separable DEs. Activities are from, or inspired by, the 2019 CED and include a card sort, group whiteboarding, gallery walk, stand and talk, and technology exploration. Samples of student work will be shown.

12:30 – 1:20 p.m.

Following the Logistic Trail in COVID-19

Events in the past year have put the spotlight on the use of differential equations for modeling the spread of a disease. This talk will investigate the power of the differential equations in the AP® curriculum as illustrated by COVID-19 data. In the early days of the pandemic, the spread of COVID-19 was often exponential, later becoming logistic. Using techniques from AB and BC calculus, we analyze what the exponential and logistic models tell us — and what we can conclude about the questions that are in everyone’s minds: How many people will get sick? Will we flatten the curve?

1:30 – 2:20 p.m.

Leveraging the New Curriculum and Exam Description (CED) for AP® Calculus

The presenters will share resources and ideas to help teachers unpack the new CED. The CED contains many resources for both teachers and students. We’ll share some ideas on using these resources, as well as presenting some additional resources to help students be successful in AP® Calculus. The use of both the TI-Nspire™ CX II and TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculators will be demonstrated.
Technology:TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator, TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator

2:30 - 4 p.m.

Panel Discussion: AP® Calculus From Those in the Know

Learn more about AP® Calculus from those in the know during this special panel presentation. This is a great opportunity to engage with the Chief Reader for AP® Calculus, members of the AP® Calculus Test Development Committee, and representatives of the College Board® and the Educational Testing Service as they share exam insights and discuss instructional challenges and opportunities for AP® Calculus teachers.

AP® is a trademark registered by the College Board, which is not affiliated with, and does not endorse, TI products. Policies subject to change. Visit www.collegeboard.org.

Saturday, Feb. 20, 2021

First conference day program

Saturday, Feb. 20 is when the conference kicks into high gear. Join us for Dan Finkel’s keynote on “How Mathematicians Play”, followed by exciting breakout sessions. You can also connect with educators with similar interests in our “Birds of a Feather” topic chats. It’s going to be a day you won’t want to miss.

Keynote

10 – 11 a.m. Central time

Dan Finkel, Ph.D.
Founder and Director of Operations
Math for Love
Washington

How Mathematicians Play: Creating a Culture of Ownership, Rigor and Joy in Math Class

Play is one of the most effective ways to explore new ideas. But without thoughtful structure, play won’t help us to achieve our teaching goals. We need boundaries and strategies to promote meaningful exploration and help students develop true mathematical understanding.

By looking at how mathematicians play — with structures based on conjectures and counterexamples in particular — we can offer students an invitation to genuine mathematical thinking and ownership. We’ll explore some specific routines and tools that can transform classroom culture and make rigorous, joyful play a driving force in math class.

Breakout sessions

11:15 a.m. – 12:15 p.m. Central time

Adapting Tasks to “Measure Up”

Adapting and implementing tasks are the essence of what teachers do. What makes a task mathematically engaging for students, and how do we implement such tasks in an era of online instruction? What are strategies for modifying tasks to engage students? And what is the role of technology?
Technology:TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator, TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator

Creating the Virtual Interactive Classroom

This session will focus on educational technology that motivates students to exceed their own expectations in the virtual classroom. Learn how you can use TI technology to motivate students and how the flipped classroom can encourage student participation. View online video platforms that hold students accountable.

Beyond the Basics: Teaching Mathematics With a TI-84 Plus CE Graphing Calculator

Come explore often-overlooked features of the TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator. Go beyond basic computation and graphing on the TI-84 Plus CE — use graph databases, apps, the Draw menu and more to support concept development. Use the TI-SmartView™ CE emulator software and (free) TI Connect™ CE software application to enhance student engagement.
Technology: TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator

Introduction to Coding and STEM Projects

Come learn how to create introductory projects to engage students using a model to discover how a feedback and control mechanism works and how to relate to system models. Participants will leave with real-world data, analysis of data and STEM project ideas for their STEM classroom.

12:30 p.m. – 1:30 p.m. Central time

Junk Drawer Data Collection in a Virtual Environment

Learn to engage all students virtually and to teach algebra I content through data collection using common household items and the TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator. It’s sure to be fun!
Technology: TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator

Teaching Judicious Use of Technology

How do we teach students to use the power of visualization to help them learn mathematics but also know when to not pick up technology, when they have power over the relationships? Join us for some tips from veteran technology and mental math teachers.
Technology: TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator

There’s an App for That!

Experience using the apps of the TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator. Spin spinners, roll dice and toss coins with ProbSim. Investigate polynomials with PlySmlt2. Make geometry come alive with the Cabri™ Jr. App. Inequality graphing is a snap with Inequalz. Transforming graphs is made easy with Transform. Learn all this, plus get lessons for each app.
Technology: TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator

Circuits and Breadboards — Come Join the Fun!

Come learn how to make a circuit either virtually or with your own components. This session will use a ScienceNspired calculator document to help understand how circuits and/or physical breadboards work and to understand the basics of circuits.

1:45 p.m. – 2:45 p.m. Central time

Teaching STEM With Intentionality

During this session, we will unpack D.U.E.S. — choices teachers should make when:
1. Designing learning environments and opportunities
2. Understanding our students
3. Examining and using data to assess and reflect on teaching and learning
4. Selecting and implementing instructional practices

Test Prep in a Virtual World: Using TI Technology on the ACT® and SAT® Math Tests

What strategies and calculator skills are crucial for success on the ACT® and SAT® tests? Using both TI-84 Plus CE and TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculators, we will attack problems in a variety of ways.
Technology: TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator, TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator

Integrating Your Emulator Software Into Distance Learning

This session will use emulator software for TI-84 Plus CE and TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculators to show how screen capture examples can be animated and give the TI experience to students without access to a handheld. We will then show how to embed the screen capture/animations into Google products, and more, in order to bring your lessons to life in a different way than simply screen recording your software. This will allow for a more interactive experience for your students.
Technology: TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator, TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator

Do It for the Gram

Curious about what’s happening daily in other classrooms? Want to collaborate with teachers in your content area? Instagram provides free professional development for teachers through the click of your phone. After this session, you’ll walk away with strategies to find engaging content for your classroom and students. Learn how to use Instagram to create a community of teachers that inspire you so that you can always keep professional development in your pocket.

Birds of a Feather

3 – 3:30 p.m. Central time
Converse with fellow educators who share your interests and passion for teaching in a relaxed setting.
Topics of interest include:

  • CAS
  • Coding and computer science
  • Statistics
  • STEM and engineering
  • And more!

SAT® is a trademark registered by the College Board. ACT is a registered trademark of ACT, Inc. Neither are affiliated with, nor endorse, TI products. Policies subject to change. Visit www.collegeboard.org and www.act.org.

Saturday, Feb. 27, 2021

Final conference day program

On the final conference day, tune in for morning yoga with a twist — we’ll be presenting it through the prism of mathematics. Then breakout sessions will take center stage. The day closes with seven thought-leaders sharing fresh perspectives for a powerful hour that will empower your teaching.

Math Yoga

9 – 10 a.m. Central time

Join us for an engaging session of math yoga, where yoga is explained using mathematical terms. Together, we will flow through traditional yoga poses while adding an extreme amount of mathematical flair. We relate yoga to geometry, functions, calculus and more. Participants will feel energized and full of ideas to take back to their classroom. New or experienced yogis welcome.

Breakout sessions

10:15 a.m. – 11:15 a.m. Central time

Leveraging Coding in Math and Science: Coding With Python for Beginners

In this session, we’ll explore the recently released functionality of the TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator to code in Python, a popular and versatile programming language. Build this skill set for yourself, while exploring how you can leverage it in the math/science classroom. No prior programming experience needed.
Technology: TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator

Teaching Strategies With TI-84 Plus Technology to Prepare Scholars for High-Stakes Tests

Are you looking for activities and strategies that will help students develop problem-solving skills as they prepare for high-stakes tests? The TI-84 Plus family of graphing calculators can be pivotal in this process. Attend this session and experience a variety of activities designed to encourage student success on state and national tests.
Technology: TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator

Creating Math and Science Conversations

Experiencing how knowledge is interconnected and increases students’ ability to solve problems. Differences in vocabulary are a barrier. This session provides leaders with a way to engage STEM teachers in conversations about cross-disciplinary vocabulary and concepts that support student learning.

Night Rover

What can you do with a TI-Innovator™ Rover in the dark? While this session is on, the presenter will literally be in the dark Down Under as it will be nighttime in Australia. We’ll look at using various sensors and accessories with the Rover, along with some music. Can you code the Rover to follow a light? How can it make decisions based on sensor input? We’ll present various ideas and activities that will keep you and your students actively engaged and inspired.
Technology: TI-Innovator™ Rover

11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. Central time

Intentional Assessment Design: Targeting Learning Goals and Levels

An effective assessment design should target learning goals and the levels of proficiency within each. Rather than basing performance on a gathering of points, a standards-based assessment determines performance directly aligned to learning. Let’s explore ways to make our assessments intentional.
Technology: TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator

Mathematical Language Routines: Cultivating Conversation in High School Classrooms

How might math language routines simultaneously support students in sensemaking and language development? How do they support communication, understanding and community building, while giving students access to high-quality math instruction? Let’s experience these routines to recognize their power.

Working With Data and the TI-84 Plus CE Graphing Calculator Is Easier Than You Think

Using data for scatter plots, regression and one-variable statistics, we’ll show how easily teachers can share data while controlling all handheld settings, allowing students to focus on the math. The TI Connect™ CE software application, TI-84 Plus family graphing calculators, simple programs, formative assessment apps and virtual white boards will be used.
Technology: TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator

Engaging Students: Using Crosscutting Concepts to Prompt Student Sensemaking of Phenomena

This session will provide educators with meaningful insights into how to use the dimension of crosscutting concepts — from “Framework for K–12 Science Education” — to structure prompts that engage students in reasoning how and why phenomena occur and how to design solutions.

12:45 – 1:45 p.m. Central time

Transform Your Math Class Using fanCAStic TI Technology

Learn how you can use the TI-Nspire™ CX II CAS graphing calculator to transform your classroom into a more meaningful and engaging learning environment for all students. We’ll share teaching techniques and activities from algebra II, trigonometry, precalculus and AP® Calculus AB/BC.
Technology: TI-Nspire™ CX II CAS graphing calculator

One-to-One = More Student Engagement

Wondering how to incorporate TI technology in a virtual environment? This session will demonstrate strategies to use TI technology in a one-to-one classroom that will engage students and provide them with ways to communicate their knowledge to teachers.
Technology: TI-84 Plus CE graphing calculator, TI-Nspire™ CX II graphing calculator

STEM Education From a NASA Perspective

As our world continues to become more reliant on STEM skills, the need for the development of those skills in students becomes more important every day. NASA relies on science, technology, engineering and math skills as it manages and recruits its workforce. Education focused on STEM can open up opportunities to students that might not have ever imagined such a path. Join this session to learn how NASA approaches STEM education and how important it is to the agency and to students as they enter the workforce.

Imagining a World Where Even Celebrities Love Math

Despite the fact that girls and boys achieve similar scores in math class, girls are underrepresented in STEM. This session explores the most influential force on teens: pop culture. Can we change math culture so girls grow up believing that math is just as cool as their favorite celebrity? Yes we can!

7 for 7

2 – 3 p.m. Central time
Hear from seven thought-leaders, each speaking for seven minutes on topics that encourage new perspectives and empower your teaching.

Maria Benzon, “Brain Science + Equity + Math = Powerful Learners”

Lindsay Gold, “Who Are ‘Math’ People?”

Jill Gough, “Core Work for Future Mobility”

Andi Parr, “Are you P.E.F.A.? (Positive, Encouraging, Flexible and Accommodating)”

Michelle Rinehart, “Women in Educational Leadership”

Ariel Taylor, “Race, Equity and Justice in STEM”

Dennis Wilson, “The Function of a Teacher”

AP® is a trademark registered by the College Board, which is not affiliated with, and does not endorse, TI products. Policies subject to change. Visit www.collegeboard.org.

Frequently Asked Questions

Is the 2021 T³™ International Conference (T³IC) canceled?

No. We decided to transition the 33rd annual T³™ International Conference into a fully virtual conference to safely allow educators to connect and collaborate on ways to use TI technology.

Will the 2021 Virtual T³IC take place during the same dates as the in-person conference was planned in Chicago?

No. The virtual conference will take place on three consecutive Saturdays in February. The main conference days are Feb. 20 and 27. There will also be preconference sessions on Feb. 13. All of the sessions will be available on demand for three months following the 2021 Virtual T³IC.

Why did you decide to hold the conference on Saturdays?
By holding the conference on Saturdays, educators can attend without having to take time off of work or worry about securing a substitute teacher.
What if I am not available during the virtual conference dates?

The content will be available on demand through May 31, 2021, for all registered participants.

What do I need to attend the virtual conference?

To attend the virtual conference, you need a good internet connection, your tablet or computer, and a valid registration. You will receive login details a few days prior to the conference.

How can I ask questions during the virtual conference?

Each live session will include live Q&A where you can ask questions.

How can I join the preconference day sessions on Feb. 13?

Preconference sessions are included with your conference registration. You will receive login details a few days prior to the preconference.

Will I receive a certificate of attendance?

Yes. Participants receive a certificate of attendance by email, which may be submitted to your school or district for professional development credit. Note: Professional development credit is determined by your school or district.

Registration Questions

What does the conference cost to attend?

The conference registration fee is $49.

How do I register for the virtual conference?

Registration for the virtual conference opens in October 2020. For more information, please visit education.ti.com/t3ic.

I can’t attend every Saturday. Is there a one-day price?
The conference registration fee is $49 for all attendees. While we hope you can attend during all of the live sessions, you can also access the presentations on demand after the conference for three months. This allows you to watch the sessions at your convenience.
Are group discounts available?

Yes. When a group of five educators registers at the same time, a group discount applies — the fifth educator’s registration is free. The discount is automatically applied when you register five or more attendees at one time.

May I share my session login with colleagues?

No. Conference session logins are for individual use only.

If I can no longer attend and wish to cancel my registration, will I receive a refund?

You may cancel your registration and receive a full refund by requesting the refund in writing no later than Jan. 15, 2021. Send your cancellation and refund request via email to T3@eventconsultantsglobal.com. Refund requests will not be accepted after Jan. 15, 2021.

If I cannot attend, may I transfer my registration to another person?

No. Your registration login applies only to you. If you cannot attend the live sessions, you may still view the conference sessions on demand. Should you still choose to cancel your registration, you may do so until Jan. 15, 2021. Please encourage your friends and colleagues to register themselves for the conference to receive their unique logins.

How do I pay by purchase order?

If you are paying by purchase order/check, funds must be received by Feb. 5, 2021. Once your purchase order number is generated, please email the PO number to the registration team at T3@eventconsultantsglobal.com. The registration team will attach the PO number to your registration record(s), and an invoice will be sent to you. It is then your responsibility to follow your school’s/organization’s financial protocols to ensure the invoice is paid in full by Feb. 5, 2021.

Make your check payable to “Texas Instruments” in U.S. dollars, and include your name and registration number. Mail your payment and a printed copy of your invoice to:

      T³IC Registration
      Texas Instruments, Inc.
      P.O. Box 843688
      Dallas, TX 75284-3688

Is there an alternative to the online registration form?

To process your registration over the phone, please contact the T³™ International Conference registration team at (toll free) 1.844.851.9251, Monday through Friday, between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. U.S. Eastern time.

How do I register if I am presenting at the conference?

When you are confirmed as a presenter, you will be automatically registered, and your registration fee is waived.

Additional Questions

Whom may I contact for other questions?

Please call the T³IC registration team at (toll free) 1.844.851.9251 between 9 a.m. and 5 p.m. U.S. Eastern time or email T3@eventconsultantsglobal.com. A member of our team will get back to you as soon as possible.