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Presenters at Kentucky Society for Technology in Education (KySTE) Conference
BCPS Technology Integration Specialist Susan Vincentz is Vice-President of the Kentucky Society for Technology In Education. She will become the organization's president this year. Walker works in a computer as Doyle discusses their presentation. Conference participants listen to Doyle and Walker. Tiffany Walker, left, and Mary Allison Doyle made a presentation at the annual KySTE conference. Another large audience gathered to hear Bullitt Lick Middle School teacher Tiffany Walker and Library Media Specialist Mary Allison Doyle discuss Language Arts Tech at the KySTE conference. Voight uses a computer to display her PowerPoint to the audience. Voight makes a point during her KySTE presentation. Voight speaks to KySTE conference participants. Over 50 conference participants sat in on Voight's presentation. Zoneton Middle School Library Media Specialist Bethany Voight gave a PowerPoint presentation on Enchanting Young Readers during the annual KySTE conference. Clemens and Cuenca speak during the annual KySTE conference. Clemens spoke to the audience during the KySTE conference. Clemens spoke to an audience during the KySTE conference. Clemens used a PowerPoint during the presentation. Crossroads Elementary School STEM teacher Jaymee Clemens and former music educator Amy Cuenca gave a presentation on a robotics film festival during the annual Kentucky Society for Technology in Education conference in Louisville.