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Welcome to the Illinois Education & Technology Conference (IETC 2017) guide!
  • Wed., Nov. 15 Pre-Conference Workshops:  Eight pre-conference, full-day and half-day workshops are offered. Registration closed Nov. 8.  Pre-registration was required. On-site registration is unavailable.
  • Thurs., Nov. 16 & Fri., Nov. 17 General Conference:  More than 150+ 1-hour and 2-hour General Conference sessions, an exhibit hall, poster sessions, and luncheon keynote presentations are scheduled.  All general conference sessions are first come, first served seating.  (Online registration closed Nov. 8 but on-site registration will be available for the Thursday and Friday General Conference days.)

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Thursday, November 16 • 3:25pm - 4:15pm
3D Printing in the Classroom: What to expect, how to begin, and how to get your students to troubleshoot what you have. (Vendor led session)

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This session will be introduction to 3D printing technology and an overview of educational 3D printing. We’ll cover free CAD programs, learn the process of 3D printing, and go over basic 3D printer maintenance and troubleshooting. We will discuss and share best practices of 3D printing in the classroom and highlight 3D printing projects that have enriched learning.

Presenters
avatar for Tim Caffrey

Tim Caffrey

NWA3D
Director of Engineering and Marketing



Thursday November 16, 2017 3:25pm - 4:15pm
Capital VI Crowne Plaza Hotel

Attendees (17)