Virtual School Meanderings

February 11, 2019

Call For Papers: July 8

Note this up-coming call for proposals.

NOVEMBER 4-7 • NEW ORLEANS
CALL FOR PAPERS: JULY 8
Who Attends E-Learn –
The World Conference on E-Learning?
E-Learn – World Conference on E-Learning is an international conference organized by the AACE-Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education and co-sponsored by the International Journal on E-Learning.
E-Learn provides a unique forum for education and training professionals to discuss the latest research, development, applications, issues, and strategies, to explore new technologies, and to identify solutions for today’s challenges related to online learning.
We welcome international attendees from 50+ different countries. E-Learn is one of the leading international e-learning conferences and gathering of e-learning and distance education professionals.
The conference is designed to engage educators in ALL disciplines & levels, researchers, educational administrators, curriculum developers, technology & education companies and anyone with an interest in e-learning
AACE & LearnTechLib have partnered to offer ALL faculty and students of subscribing university libraries FREE AACE Membership,
including conference registration discounts!
Presented papers are double-blind peer reviewed and published in the Conference Proceedings & internationally distributed by LearnTechLib.org.
AACE | P.O. Box 719828-246-9558info@aace.org,
Waynesville, NC 28786

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