The Oregon Summit, featuring Google for Education, is an annual, educator-led conference. We have had seven years of fun and learning so far. Each year had its own theme: Legos in 2010, cookies in 2011, robots in 2012, Mt. Hood in 2013, bikes in 2014, paper airplanes in 2015; augmented reality in 2016. This year we’re peeking through doorways to innovation and sharing in the classroom.

The summit is an annual event on the second Friday of October—statewide in-service day.


Frequently Asked Questions

What’s the cost to attend Oregon’s Google Summit?

The cost is $50. It includes the day of learning, lunch, and an event t-shirt.

What do I need to bring with me to the Google Summit?

It’s a great idea to bring a laptop. The Google Apps for iPads get better every week, but there are still some things you can’t do. Bring your best questions. We hope to work your brain extra hard and give you great ideas.
What if I’ve never used Google Apps for Education before?
There is no need for you to have experience with Google Apps for Education prior to the day of the Summit. We do ask that you have access to a Google account. This can be the account your school district has set up for you or a personal Google account. To obtain your own Google account please visit this page.
At the Google Summit, how can I make sure I’m online?
Connect to the guest network. If you have trouble after a few minutes, please see someone in a Summit t-shirt. We’re thankful to our gracious hosts each year, who beef up their wireless network capacity for our event.