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May 15, 2018

Exciting New Opportunities At DT&L 2018

From yesterday’s inbox…

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Are your ready to join the future of online education? DT&L Conference. August 7-9, 2018. Madison, WI.
DT&L Conference
August 7‑9, 2018 • Madison, WI
Join us for the best conference yet!
The Distance Teaching & Learning Conference is known for topnotch speakers and in‑depth sessions about online education. But that’s just the beginning. Here are some new opportunities we’re offering in 2018:

  • The ABCs of DE: Are you new to online teaching? Join us August 7 for 20‑minute “quick hits” on key topics in distance education (DE).
  • STEM at a Distance: Have you considered teaching science, technology, engineering, or math (STEM) at a distance? Choose from four August 9 sessions on topics such as the effectiveness of online science labs and designing online science research courses.
  • International Conversations: Hear unique international perspectives on distance education as you talk with practitioners from other countries.
Make the most of your conference experience
Blended conference certificates

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Pre‑conference workshops

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Special interest groups (SIGs)

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Can’t make it in person? Attend virtually!
Join us online at a time that’s convenient for you.
Questions? Contact Kimary Peterson • • 608‑265‑4159
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