Virtual School Meanderings

February 16, 2017

Distance Teaching & Learning Conference July 25-27

Also from yesterday’s inbox…

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Distance Teaching & Learning Conference with Madison capitol background
Online and distance educators:
Distance Teaching & Learning Conference
Mark your calendar for July 25‑27, 2017
Registration opens March 27
Join more than 800 of your online and distance education colleagues on the shores of Lake Monona in beautiful Madison, Wisconsin. Here are just a few reasons to attend this year:

•  Learn from the best: International experts and other thought leaders will expand your thinking about distance education, showing new possibilities for online teaching and learning.

•  Network with hundreds of online learning pros: Engage with colleagues and industry leaders in a variety of settings.

•  Tailor the experience to your needs: Learn in the ways that suit you best, from interactive workshops to a research symposium to interest‑group meetups.

•  Get more, pay less: With one of the most competitive prices in the industry, this conference will help you make the most of your budget. Register by April 30 and save with our early‑early‑bird discount.

Early‑early‑bird fee ($520) available through April 30
Learn more >
Photos of 2016 Distance Teaching & Learning Conference in action
Questions? Contact Kimary Peterson • kimary.peterson@wisc.edu608‑265‑4159
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University of Wisconsin-Madison | disted@dcs.wisc.edu | 21 N. Park St | Madison, WI 53715 United States

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