The ATLE board has decided that Convergence 2020 will be planned as an online event.  The structure of the program will allow registrants to blend exciting learning opportunities with their jurisdiction responsibilities. We will keep you informed as we move forward.  Registration for attendees will open within the next month.

Do you have an idea for a breakout session which would be of interest to your colleagues?  We would like you to share your experience and ideas at Convergence 2020.  The Call for Proposals is currently open. 

About Convergence

The Convergence Conference explores all aspects of Educational Technology.

It features inspiring keynotes, excellent breakout sessions, great conversations with colleagues, a virtual vendor exhibition hall, and  affordable registration.

At the Convergence Conference, you’ll:

  • Choose from many concurrent sessions that focus on leadership, technology, and education
  • Visit emerging Ed Tech solutions in the virtual exhibition hall
  • Extend your personal learning networks for year-round growth
  • Collaborate with like-minded educators passionate about using technology to engage students

Who Should Attend

The Convergence Conference provides development opportunities for the entire education team.


  • Learn to integrate technology standards across curricula and into assessment practices
  • Develop strategies to boost learning for all students and prepare them with digital age skills
  • Share stories and resources

Tech Coordinators & Tech Staff

  • Stay up to date on emerging technologies and the latest resources and tactics for implementing digital age learning environments
  • Learn to maximize the capacity and efficiency of your technology infrastructure


  • Discover how technology improves outcomes for all learners and prepares them with digital age skills
  • Learn about standards for faculty and tech programs
  • Learn about strategies and models for developing, maintaining, and supporting technology infrastructures

Government & Industry Representatives

  • Learn about building and classroom level issues, needs, and challenges
  • Keep up with trends and issues in the use of technology to improve learning and teaching