Whether you're new to distance education or have years of experience, UW‑Madison's Distance Teaching & Learning Conference is the place to be July 25-27, 2017. Join colleagues from around the world to share strategies, best practices, and innovative ways to teach and support online learners.
Hear from keynote speakers…
-- Michelle R. Weise, Southern New Hampshire University—Disruptive Design for the Future of Online Learning
-- Nick Floro, Sealworks Interactive Studios—Designing eLearning: The Future is Today
-- Richard J. Davidson, University of Wisconsin-Madison—Cultivating the Skill of Well-being: Implications for Teaching and Learning
Choose from more than 170 engaging sessions from experts and thought leaders in the field on topics such as…
· Design for learning
· Accessibility and Universal Design
· Learner engagement strategies
· Competency-based education
· Instructional design & project management
· Learning analytics and student success
· Evaluating eLearning
· Badging and digital credentialing
A great experience at a great price…
Early-bird registration is just $535 for 3 days of learning and networking. For an additional fee, attend preconference workshops, conference blended certificates, or the DE Research Symposium to dig deeper into issues that interest you most. Early-bird deadline is June 26, so don't delay!
Questions? Contact Kimary Peterson at firstname.lastname@example.org or
I am at the 31st Annual Conference on Distance Teaching and Learning in Madison this week. To my mind, this is the best conference that focusses on online learning (full disclosure: I am on the conference planning committee). On Thursday, I will be making an Information Session presentation (Building The MiniStudio: Efficient & Effective Online Video). A video presentation, materials, and hyperlinks can be found here.
The Call for Proposals is now open for the Distance Teaching & Learning Conference that takes place Madison, Wisconsin from August 11-13, 2015.
The deadline to submit your Call for Proposal is: Monday, January 26, 2015 at 4pm CST
The Distance Teaching & Learning Conference welcomes hundreds of distance education and online learning professionals every year to share effective practices, research, strategies, and new tools/techniques.
- Share your data on established practices
- Present a hot new topic in distance learning
- Have your results published in the proceedings publication
- Network with experts from around the world
Some suggested topics include: New course design models, mobile & social learning, learning analytics,
competency-based learning, gamification & badges, open educational resources
More information can be found at: