Elections and Awards

ASTE Board and Award Nominations are Open

Election Nominations

  • ASTE election nominations open
  • We are actively seeking nominees from all areas of Alaska to run for the ASTE Board. Be thinking about who, from your district, would be a great candidate to serve on the ASTE Board and nominate them by filling out the brief survey below due December 2, 2022.
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Board Member Nominations Due December 2, 2022

Nominate someone you know or yourself for election to the ASTE Board of Directors.

Leadership and Student Award Nominations

  • ASTE leadership and student award nominations open
  • Help us honor those who are doing amazing things that demonstrate true technology integration and have a positive impact on teaching and learning in Alaska.
  • Nominate and honor those doing exceptionally well with technology integration in your district.

  • Leadership and Student Award Nominations for the 2022 ASTE Technology Leadership Awards are now open until December 2, 2022

Consider Who You Can Nominate......

ASTE leadership award nominations will be open until December 2, 2022
  • Teacher/Faculty of the Year
  • Tech Support of the Year
  • Administrator of the Year

ASTE student award nominations will be open until December 2, 2022

  • Elementary School Student of the Year
  • Middle School Student of the Year
  • High School Student of the Year
  • Higher Education Student of the Year
Award Nominations Due December 2, 2022

Student and Leadership Survey Forms Accessible Here

Other ASTE Goodness.......

iDidacontest deadline is January 31st @ 12:00 midnight


Consider iDidaContest!

The Alaska Society for Technology in Education (ASTE) is proud to announce the 23rd annual IdidaContest!

Every year ASTE recognizes the best photos, movies, documentaries, podcasts, music, books, and things through its annual digital media contest. Students can submit entries today. Entries are due by January 31, 2022. Winners will be announced on February 19 at the 2023 ASTE "Education Rewired" conference.

Once again, ASTE has partnered with the Alaska Council for Social Studies to offer several Social Studies themed categories.

New this year, in conjunction with KPBSD Title VI, there will be an Indigenous Language iDidaMovie category. Indigenous Language movies must be more than fifty percent in an Alaskan native language and include English subtitles.

ASTE is delivering IdidaContest postcards electronically unless specifically requested. Attached you will find this year's flyer optimized for printing.

Also, ASTE is currently accepting session presentation proposals for the "Education Rewired" conference to be held at the Hotel Captain Cook on February 18-21, 2023. Submit your proposal today to be a part of Alaska's premiere educational technology conference.


John Notestine

ASTE iDidaContest Chair

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Attendee Registration Opening Mid to Late November

Our goal is for attendees to register for the conference AND chose their sessions at the same time.

Alaska Society for Technology in Education (ASTE)

Promoting access to technology, connectivity to information resources, and technology integration for all Alaskan learners.