Everyone (all presenters and participants) who attends ICoME 2017 must complete a registration form and pay a conference fee. This information will help the conference planners to prepare the best experience for your time at this event.
The conference registration fee includes:
- Aug 1 – International Panel Discussion & orientation (OPTIONAL,for early arrivals)
- Aug 2 – Welcome Reception (after concurrent / roundtable sessions)
- Aug 3 – Awards Ceremony & Closing Reception (after concurrent sessions)
- Aug 4 – Educational tour & LTEC open house (10 am – 3 pm)
Concurrent and roundtable sessions will be held each day from 9 am – 4 pm (0900-1600).
Conference fees for ICoME 2017:
- Professor/Teacher/Researcher/Educational Specialist – $100.00 USD
- Graduate Student – $30.00 USD
- Undergraduate Student – $30.00 USD
- Other Participants & Professionals – $100.00 USD
You may pay in advance using a credit card (PayPal) or pay on-site at the registration desk. If you are paying at the conference registration desk, please make your payment in US dollars.
ETEC/LTEC 50th Anniversary Reception. You are also invited to participate in this special celebration in the evening of August 5, 2017 (5:30 pm) in the UH-Manoa Campus Center Ballroom. A separate registration and fee apply. To register and for more information, see: http://tinyurl.com/ltec50reception
Complete the registration form online:
The EXTENDED deadline to register is July 26, 2017.
If you are unable to view or complete the registration form online, send an email message requesting a PDF version to email@example.com.
Event Hours and Location
Arrival in Hawaii
International flights arrive at the Honolulu International Airport (HNL), the main airport on O’ahu Island. It was recently named the Daniel K. Inouye International Airport.
Transfer to the University of Hawaii at Manoa
The easiest way to go to the Manoa Campus or the East-West Center is to take a taxi. Taxis services are available when you exit the customs area.
Shuttle van services for groups require advance reservations. For airport shuttle services, read the reviews on Yelp Honolulu [Search for “shuttle services”], before choosing a service. Advance reservations can be made by email.
All participants should make their own reservations in advance for where they will stay. We recommend several low-cost options for staying on-campus. A credit card may be required to secure your reservation.
For more information, see our suggestions for accommodations:
Venue & campus map
The campus center has numerous facilities for inexpensive breakfasts and lunches. The conference fee does not include the cost of breakfast or lunch.
There is also a printable Japanese map and guide available:
All persons, including students, faculty, staff, contractors, and visitors, to refrain from smoking while on property owned or operated by the University of Hawaiʻi at Mānoa for a healthier environment. “Smoking” includes cigarettes, cigars, pipes, smoking tobacco and e-cigarettes. http://manoa.hawaii.edu/smokefree/
The weather in Hawaii is usually clear, breezy and mild. In August, it is sunny during the day in the mid-80s or 30 C outside. It is about 70 degrees (20 C) indoors with air conditioning in the Campus Center. There may be light and brief early morning showers on campus. Use a sunscreen or a parasol if you are staying outdoors in the bright sun for 30 minutes or more.
Program & Presenter information
A tentative timetable of events and information for presenters are found on our Program page.