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November 17, 2016

Submit A Proposal For The 2017 Conference

Note this conference opportunity…

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Call for Proposals Now Open
Come to beautiful Madison, Wis., to present at the University of Wisconsin‑Madison’s 33rd annual Distance Teaching & Learning Conference July 25‑27, 2017. Join hundreds of online education professionals from around the world to share cutting‑edge strategies, research, learning designs, new technology tools, and more. Get recognized for your contribution to the field of distance education and engage with colleagues to transform online teaching and learning.

Submission deadline: Tuesday, Jan. 10 (midnight CT)

Submit your proposal >
Photos of presenters at 2016 Distance Teaching & Learning Conference
Inform, Inspire, Engage
We are seeking engaging, expert-led presentations on a variety of distance education topics, such as:
  • New and emerging tools and technologies
  • Online teaching strategies
  • Learner engagement strategies
  • Personalized learning
  • Measuring learning and assessment
  • Program evaluation
  • Learner support
  • Translating research into practice
  • Administration and management
  • Accessibility and universal design
Learn more >
Questions? Contact Kimary Peterson • kimary.peterson@wisc.edu608‑265‑4159
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