2018 IDA Annual Reading, Literacy & Learning Conference

Conference Policies

Registration for the Reading, Literacy & Learning Conference does not include any pre-conference symposia, school visits, or other ticketed events. All sessions must be chosen during registration (on-site or in-person) and appear on your conference schedule to be considered for continuing education credits. No exceptions.

All cancellations, without exception, must be in writing via email to conference@dyslexiaida.org by September 24, 2018. IDA will refund registration fees, less a $35 cancellation fee. Refunds will be processed within twelve weeks following the conference. If you cancel any time after September 24, 2018, or if you are unable to attend the conference for any reason, we cannot refund your registration fees in whole or in part. No refunds will be processed for special sessions with fees/event tickets on or after October 1, 2018.

IDA does not permit solicitation of any kind during the Reading, Literacy & Learning Conference except by the paid exhibitors inside of the exhibit hall. Solicitation by any business or person other than exhibitors is strictly prohibited. 

For security reasons, IDA requires attendees to wear their name badges at all times during conference hours. Badges are picked up upon arrival when you check in at the registration desk. Should you lose your badge, please come back to the registration desk to receive a replacement.

Session Room Seating
All seating inside of session rooms is available on a first come, first-served basis, unless otherwise noted. Due to fire code regulations, any sessions that reach capacity will be closed and restricted to additional participants. Standing or sitting on the floor is not permitted. 

Register and select your sessions early to ensure your spot!

Consent to Photograph and Record
Registration and attendance or participation at the IDA Annual Conference and its affiliated meetings and events constitutes an agreement by the registrant for IDA and its affiliates to use and distribute (both now and in the future) the registrant or attendee’s image or voice in photographs, videotapes, electronic reproductions, and audiotapes of such events and activities.