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Distance Teaching and Learning Conference Call For Proposals

 
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30th ANNUAL CONFERENCE ON DISTANCE TEACHING & LEARNING August 12-14, 2014 (New days next year—Tuesday through Thursday)
Madison, Wisconsin
Sponsored by Distance Education Professional Development (DEPD)
University of Wisconsin-Madison Continuing Studies
https://www.uwex.edu/disted/conference/index.cfm
 
 
CALL FOR PROPOSALS
(Deadline: Wednesday, January 22, 2014 at 4:00 pm--CDT)
 
Interested in presenting your best online practices, research, or resources? We
invite you to submit a proposal to present at the 30th anniversary of the annual
DT&L conference. Choose from a variety of presentation formats depending
on your expertise and experience in the field of distance education/training...
from the 15-minute Speed Session to the 3-hour hands-on Workshop.
 
Submit your proposal(s) online at: https://www.uwex.edu/disted/conference/index.cfm
 
·         Lead in-depth interactive sessions
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         Share your research and expertise
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         Demonstrate your successful courses and training materials
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         Distill your knowledge and skills
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         Guide engaging discussions
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D2L Upgrade

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Desire2Learn was upgraded over Thanksgiving. Here is the update message from FITS:

As you log into your Intercession and Winter Quarter classes you will notice that D2L looks different. DePaul upgraded from D2L 9.4 to D2L 10.3 (a jump of 4 versions), so a lot is different, but be assured that all of your content is still there and your courses should function much as they always have. The D2L update does, however, bring a modernized, touch-friendly look and feel to D2L, a completely revamped Content tool, and often-requested feature updates to Discussions and Dropbox. Highlights of these new features can be found in this short video: The Hitchhiker's Guide to the D2L Upgrade (7:04). The print version of the The Hitchhiker's Guide is also available.For more information about the new features please see the newly revised print documentation (videos will be added soon) on the Teaching Commons website . Training sessions and open labs have been added throughout December and January for those that prefer attending a workshop. To register see: https://fits.depaul.edu/workshops/Pages/default.aspx

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