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ISTE 2015: T-Shirt Nation


Some marketing strategies, evidently, never go out of style.

Even at ISTE, a national gathering of ed-tech teachers, vendors, and other digital-age enthusiasts, one of the most popular campaigns by companies to spread the word about their products remains the T-shirt giveaway. 

Live_ISTE-slug.gifWell, it's not always a giveaway. In many cases teachers and administrators were able to obtain the wearable goodies—which ranged from subtle sepia tones to neon—after agreeing to try out a product, sit through a demo, or promote it through social media.

I've described the fashion on display in a Videolicious production, above.

Fans of ed-tech, or T-shirts, enjoy.

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