2014 CSTA Annual Conference
St. Charles, Illinois
July 14-15, 2014


Official 2014 CSTA Annual Conference hashtag: #CSTA14


The CSTA Annual Conference provides professional development opportunities for K–12 computer science and information technology teachers who need practical, relevant information to help them prepare their students for the future. The 2014 conference will be held July 14-15 in St. Charles, IL.

We are no longer accepting proposals for the 2014 conference.

Key Dates:

Online registration opens January 15, 2014
Housing closes June 13, 2014
Online registration closes June 26, 2014
Onsite registration July 13-15, 2014*

Conference Pricing:

Conference registration January 15-June 26, 2014: $75
Onsite registration July 13-15, 2014: $100
Workshop registration, January 15-June 26: $60 for one workshop, $100 for two (Both workshops must be purchased at the same time.)*

*Registration is now closed. Please note that we will not be accepting onsite registration for workshops nor will we be able to allow switching of workshops due to the advanced preparation and information needed to participate in a workshop.



Click here for Conference Agenda
Check out the line up for this year's conference!

Click here for Sessions
2014 Concurrent Session Descriptions

Click here for Workshops
2014 Three-hour Workshop Descriptions

Click here for Presenter Biographies

Click here for Accommodations
Find out more about this year's venue and check out onsite activities by clicking the link above. Come to learn and stay to play!

St. Charles Area Restaurants


Click here for Travel Information


*Please note that CSTA does not cover the cost of registration, travel or accommodations for speakers or attendees.

Please email any questions to l.clayborn@csta-hq.org.


The National Computer Science Principles Education Summit takes place in conjunction with the CSTA conference on July 16, 2014. Click here for more information.


The CSTA 2014 Annual Conference is generously sponsored by:



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CSTA works at many levels to support computing education.

Elementary and Middle school
(problem solving &
computational thinking)

High school
(computing &
computer science)

College/university
(enrollment &
transition)

Industry
(engagement &
preparation)