Virtual School Meanderings

May 16, 2017

Make Your Summer Conference Plans Now

Another item from yesterday’s inbox…

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Distance Teaching & Learning Conference with Madison capitol background
Online and distance educators:
Engage with experts, explore ideas, and enhance your teaching skills July 25‑27
Images from 2016 DT&L conference
The Distance Teaching & Learning Conference is a must-attend event for online education professionals. Discover innovations in the field. Learn from experts and thought leaders. Share your own experiences. Network with peers doing exciting work across the country, from college administrators to faculty, designers, and support staff to corporate trainers.
Image from previous DTL Conference
Expand your knowledge with pre-conference workshops
Register for one of these additional learning experiences—develop practical skills in a specific area. Complete Workshop listings >

  • Delivering distance courses with Google’s G Suite, Salim Parak, Google Inc.
  • Copyright compliance for online courses, Linda Enghagen, University of Massachusetts
  • Providing feedback with coaching language, Tina Pitt, Northcentral University
Headshots of Meaghan Duff, Alex Couros, Monica Tracey and Gordon Bellamy
Explore fascinating ideas with featured speakers
Take a peek at the speaker lineup, which includes:

  • Meaghan Duff, executive director of the personalized learning consortium at the Association of Public and Land‑grant Universities (APLU)
  • Alec Couros, professor of educational technology and media at the University of Regina
  • Monica Tracey, associate professor of learning design and technology at Wayne State University
  • Gordon Bellamy, videogame executive and visiting scholar at the University of Southern California
Register now >
Questions? Contact Kimary Peterson • kimary.peterson@wisc.edu608‑265‑4159
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