Good news! The annual Distance Teaching & Learning conference (@UWDEPD #UWdtl) will take place, in person or fully online, this August 4-6. Registration opened today, and all registrations are now $495.00 (up to $300 savings).
If social-distancing continues in August, the in-person registrations will shift to virtual.
More information, and registration, can be found here:
The 36th annual Distance Teaching & Learning (DT&L) Conference call for proposals are open.
- Program Administration
- Course and program design
- Diversity, Equity, and Inclusion
- Emerging techniques & technologies
- Faculty growth & development
- Learner engagement
The submission deadline: Tuesday, January 14, 2020 by 4 p.m. CST. You can apply here.
The DT&L (Distance Teaching & Learning) Conference Call for Proposals are open. If working in the field of Distance/Online Learning, I would highly recommend you to consider presenting at the conference.
The deadline to submit is 4:00 pm (Central Time) on Tuesday, January 22, 2019.
Registration opens March 27th for the 34th Annual Distance Teaching & Learning Conference!
Join 800 distance education professionals for three days of innovation, inspiration, and connection. Gain new skills, fresh knowledge, and the motivation to apply what you've learned.
Learn more at https://dtlconference.wisc.edu/
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: