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February 24, 2012

[DEANZ] DEANZ 2012: Conference Update Including Early-Bird Registration Extension!

A busy night (or early evening for my Kiwi colleagues)…

DEANZ 2012 – Conference update


Hello DEANZ members and open, flexible and distance learning professionals,

Please find attached the pre-registration and latest Registration Brochure details for the conference to be held in Wellington 11-13 April. We have over fifty presentations and workshop abstracts accepted, and peer-reviewed submissions are currently under review. The event promises to be rich in networking, conversation, and perspective! You can learn more about the event (including keynote and invited speakers) here:

Some important things to note:

1.       Early-bird registration is now extended until Monday 12 March. If you’re not already registered, get in soon!

2.       The event will now finish at 4pm Friday 13 April.

3.       We are closed to abstracts for papers and workshops (poster abstracts can still be submitted until Friday 23 March).

You can register at Before registering, please read through the attached pre-registration information as it contains important information related to accommodation and conditions.

We look forward to welcoming you in April!

Best regards and on behalf of the conference committee,


Mark Nichols
Executive Director, Faculty

Phone +64 4 9155822 or 0508 650200 extn 5822 | Fax +64 4 914 5278
3 Cleary Street | Private Bag 31914, Lower Hutt 5040

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