Speakers Bureau Agreement Speaker Bureau Application The Learning Technology Center (LTC) Speakers Bureau connects educators with speakers to deliver professional learning activities on a wide variety of topics. Speakers who choose to be a part of the LTC Speakers Bureau may have the opportunity to work with Regional Offices of Education, Intermediate Service Centers, Districts, Schools, or other organizations. By providing detailed information regarding qualifications, presentation topics, a fee range, and more, interested parties can filter potential speakers to find the qualified speaker that meets their needs. The LTC will not be involved in any part of the booking process. Guidelines Participation in the LTC Speakers Bureau is free and voluntary. You may request removal at any time. Participation in the LTC Speakers Bureau does not guarantee you will be contacted for speaking engagements. Speakers will be responsible for coordinating all aspects of the speaking engagement. The LTC will not assist speakers with any part of the speaking engagement. Bureau members are responsible for obtaining appropriate clearance from their employers, as needed, to make their appearances. Provide the Bureau Coordinator as soon as possible the information you wish to post about your experience and the subjects about which you are qualified to speak. Please alert the coordinator or submit a new application whenever you revise your personal information or its format. Speakers must submit contact information, a presenter biography, list of certifications/qualifications, a headshot, and a fee range. Speakers must also identify the services to be provided, applicable grade ranges, speaker availability, and preference of duration of engagements. It is important that your personal information clearly describe the breadth of your experience and the professional roles in which you have served, as well as the subjects to which you are prepared to speak. A speaker should direct audiences to the Bureau Coordinator and/or other speakers whenever the requested subject matter is outside of his or her personal expertise or when the speaker is unavailable on the date requested by the potential audience. The LTC Speakers Bureau will be a public list and available via the LTC website. You may view the Speakers Bureau page at ltcillinois.org/speakers If you have questions about the Speakers Bureau, please contact the Bureau Coordinator (Brian Bates - firstname.lastname@example.org). The coordinator can answer questions about the Bureau and the expectations for speakers. Terms & Conditions * I agree to the terms and conditions. Personal Information Name First Last Name Last Job Title * Organization * Email Phone Home Address * City * State * Alabama Alaska Arizona Arkansas California Colorado Connecticut Delaware District of Columbia Florida Georgia Hawaii Idaho Illinois Indiana Iowa Kansas Kentucky Louisiana Maine Maryland Massachusetts Michigan Minnesota Mississippi Missouri Montana Nebraska Nevada New Hampshire New Jersey New Mexico New York North Carolina North Dakota Ohio Oklahoma Oregon Pennsylvania Rhode Island South Carolina South Dakota Tennessee Texas Utah Vermont Virginia Washington West Virginia Wisconsin Wyoming Zip * Profile Image * Drop a file here or click to upload Choose File Maximum upload size: 8.39MB Qualifications Presenter Bio * Presenter biographies should be written in third person to ensure consistency among profiles. Additional Qualifications / Certifications YouTube URL (Optional) Twitter URL (Optional) LinkedIn URL (Optional) Services Services Provided * Consulting Keynotes Professional Development and Teacher Training Technical Implementation Webinars Webinars are always unpaid. Duration 1 Hour Sessions 3 Hour Sessions 6 Hour Sessions Ongoing Support Topics * Apple Assessment/evaluations/standards Assistive and adaptive technologies Augmented, mixed and virtual realities BYOD and 1:1 instructional programs Communication and collaboration Competency based learning Computer science and computational thinking Creativity and productivity tools Design Thinking Digital citizenship Digital equity Distance, online blended and flipped learning Emergent technologies Game-based learning and gamification Google Innovation Innovative learning environments Instructional design and delivery ISTE Standards Maker activities and programs Microsoft Online tools, apps and resources Open educational resources Personalized learning Project-, problem- and challenge-based learning Relevancy in Education Safety, security and student data privacy Social Media STEM Storytelling and multimedia Student Tech Help Desks Technology planning and evaluation Grades * 3-5 6-8 9-12 K-2 Availability * School Days School Holidays/Breaks Summer Weekends Minimum Fee * Min. Fee Maximum Fee * Max. Fee Miles Willing to Travel * 10 25 50 75 100 Statewide Submit If you are human, leave this field blank.