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December 14, 2013

Call For Proposals: 30th Annual Conference On Distance Teaching & Learning

Also from Thursday’s inbox…

Distance Education Professional Development
Call for proposals: 30th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & LearningDeadline to submit your proposal: Jan 22
We’re pleased to invite you to submit your proposal(s) to present at the 30th Annual Conference on Distance Teaching & Learning. This is the premier conference in the distance education and training field, hosted by UW-Madison Continuing Studies department of Distance Education Professional Development (DEPD).Deadline for proposals is Wednesday, Jan 22, 2014, at 4pm CST.

Choose from a variety of presentation formats depending on your expertise and experience in the field of distance education/training—from a 15-minute speed session to a 3-hour hands-on workshop.

Click for complete info on creating & submitting your proposal»

The 2013 conference hosted more than 800 distance education professionals and practitioners. They enjoyed a dynamic keynote presentation on open educational resources by Richard Barniuk, an award-winning instructor, researcher, and open education innovator. See his presentation here»

Mark your calendars now to attend the 2014 Conference August 12-14 in Madison, WI. We look forward to seeing you!

30th Annual Conference on Distance Education & Learning
T-Th, Aug 12-14, 2014
Where: Madison, WI
Contact Kimary Peterson
UW-Madison Continuing Studies • Distance Education Professional Development

UW-Madison Continuing Studies • 21 N Park Street, Madison, WI • 608-262-1156

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