Logo and Marketing
Lewis-Clark State College, North Idaho College, and the University of Idaho are teaming up to host the 2022 Northwest Managers of Educational Technology conference in Coeur d'Alene Idaho. e-Learning staff members from each institution collaborated to take on various aspects of the conference planning. I designed the logo, completed vender information packets, and created the printed and virtual conference program.
Designed the graphics, maps, and layout of the conference program. The graphics of the program took inspiration from the conference logo. The logo was meant to represent the scenery around Coeur d'Alene Idaho, using graphics of mountains and a lake. The Coeur d'Alene Resort is featured on the cover of the program, as the amazing location of the 2022 conference. The header and footer graphics and each page continue that theme. All icons and maps within the program continue the color scheme of the logo. All this creates a visual cohesive document.
MET money is the official currency of the NW/MET Conference. Each year, the conference host creates these "fake" bills that are given to the attendees by the venders, and the attendees can then bit on auction items during the last night of the conference. This year, the bills featured an Idaho theme to represent the host location. Different denominations were printed on different colors of paper, with the host schools' "faces" ending up on the $100 bills.
Conference Planning Committee
The planning committee was comprised of Cassidy Hall (University of Idaho), Dawn Lesperance (Lewis-Clark State College), Raul Burriel (Oregon State University), Carrie Kyser (Lewis-Clark State College), and Thomas Scott (North Idaho College).
Podcast to Promote 2022 NW/MET Conference
Higher Ed AV Podcast
Podcast dedicated to building the AV/IT tech manager community in higher education through discussions on classroom technology and audiovisual support. Host Joe Way (USC) sits down with conference planners Raul Burriel (Oregon State University), Carrie Kyser (Lewis-Clark State College), and Cassidy Hall (University of Idaho) to discuss the schedule and why we should all attend!