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June 29, 2017

Register Now And You Could Win Free Registration!

From Tuesday’s inbox…

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Online and distance educators:
Register now to win!
Register for the 2017 conference by July 15 and you’ll be entered to win free registration for the 2018 conference (August 7‑9 in Madison, WI). We’re giving away two of these prizes, each worth more than $600!
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Sign up for one of these opportunities when you register.
Enhance your knowledge—and your career. Extend your conference experience with one of these options:

  • Conference certificates: Strengthen your resume and expand your distance education skill set with a face‑to‑face workshop and online coursework.
  • Pre‑conference workshops: Develop practical skills during hands‑on activities involving eLearning experience design, learning analytics, and more.
  • Research symposium: Meet distance education researchers and discuss exciting new findings during the first day of the conference.
Register now  >
Questions? Contact Kimary Peterson kimary.peterson@wisc.edu608‑265‑4159
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