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The Quiet Room is a multipurpose space where you can go to get relief from stress and over-stimulation, charge your phone, or simply sit quietly to process the information from the technical sessions that day. We do ask that the room remain quiet and not be used for phone calls or activities that might disturb others.
Ticket Refund Policy
Tickets for individual events are sold on a space-available basis and may be purchased at the ITE Registration Desk (located on the 4th floor). No refunds are issued for unused tickets, whether purchased as part of the registration package or separately.
On-site registration and event fees may be paid by cash (U.S. Dollars only), check (for the exact amount), or credit card (American Express, Mastercard, or Visa). Make checks payable to ITE. ITE does not accept Discover.
Please be courteous to fellow meeting attendees: set your phones to vibrate before entering sessions. If you need to make or take a call, please step out of a session
Participants are encouraged to wear business casual attire during the meeting’s technical program events. Attendees are encouraged to come to the “Welcome to Austin” Opening Reception in their best Texas/country-western attire. Feel free to dress down for the ITE Traffic Bowl competition and the Closing Reception at Maggie Mae’s.
Videotaping and Audio Recording
Videotaping or audio recording of sessions or technical exhibits as well as the unauthorized use of ITE-copyrighted material is prohibited.
Consent to Use Photographic Images
Registration and attendance at, or participation in, ITE meetings or other activities constitutes agreements by the registrants to ITE’s use and distribution of the registrant or attendee’s image or voice in photographs, videotapes, electronic reproduction, and audiotapes of such events and activities.
Attendees with a green badge will be required to hand in a ticket for some events and all technical tours will require a ticket. Tickets are distributed with your badge. Spouse/guest tickets are distributed with the registered attendee’s badge. Please make sure to check your tickets when you pick up your badge. If your tickets are missing or incorrect, please notify our registration staff.
Registration name badges must be worn while attending all technical sessions, social functions, and while in the exhibit hall.
Statement of Inclusion and Equality
Individuals involved in developing, administering, and delivering learning events demonstrate high standards of professional conduct and do not discriminate against learners on the basis of gender, age, socioeconomic, or ethnic background, religion, sexual orientation, or disability.
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Austin has a treasure-trove of places to visit and explore for individuals of all ages! The below list includes opportunities for individuals and families.
Congress Avenue Bridge
From March to November, nearly 1.5 million Mexican free-tailed bats head to the Congress Avenue Bridge in Austin, making it one of the largest bat colonies in North America. Go to the banks under the bridge at dusk to watch them fly around, or opt for a bat kayak tour for the best viewing.
Inner Space Cavern
This natural underground cavern was discovered by construction workers building the I-35 freeway. Choose from one of the guided tours (we like the one-hour version) and learn the difference between stalagmites and stalactites while you explore the cavern’s Ice Age animal fossils.
Austin Toy Museum
This brand-new toy museum is just that: a place to ogle vintage toys, action figures, retro toys, classic toys, or console video games of childhoods past or present. Though seemingly targeting fanboys/girls, the museum is in fact focused on childhood education and also has a lot of hands-on activities, like vintage video games.
This outdoor museum boasts life-size dinosaur replicas, like a 2-foot-long Compsognathus and an 85-foot-long Brachiosaurus. A tree-lined path takes you on an educational trek, and the kiddos will also like participating in a fossil dig and playing at the playground.
Playland Skate Center
Since opening in 1973, Playland Skate Center has been the place to get your roller skate on. (At 27,500 square feet, it's also the largest in Austin.) In addition to keeping the rink in great shape, it features a light show, fog machine, and state-ofthe-art sound system.
Jourdan-Bachman Pioneer Farms
Pioneer Farms is another longtime establishment—one that makes learning about Central Texas fun (really!). That’s because it’s immersive, offers participatory events, and, most important, has a petting zoo. If you don’t make an event there, you can still enjoy its themed historic areas on self-guided walking tours; they include everything from an 1841 Tonkawa encampment to an 1899 rural village.
Head to the 5.1-acre Covert Park at Mount Bonnell for beautiful views at the highest point in the city. Even kids can make the 102-stair climb up to the peak, and the trail to the top is only about a third of a mile.
The Austin area has served as the location for a number of popular movies, including Dazed and Confused, Office Space, and Boyhood.