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February 12, 2020

Start Your Request For Funding Now –– We Can Help!

Note this professional development opportunity.

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DT&L 20/20. Focus your vision & see the future today. Register now.
August 4–6, 2020
Madison, WI
Mark your calendars!
Registration for the 2020 DT&L Conference opens April 7
DT&L isn’t just a conference. It’s a chance to connect with colleagues and experts in the field, to share challenges, triumphs, and evidence‑based research on the topics that mean the most to you.

With 100+ different sessions, you can learn in the ways that best fit you. All of the sessions — from presentations to panels to discussions — will help expand your knowledge and give you practical take‑aways you can implement into your online courses immediately.

MORE REASONS TO ATTEND
Start your funding request now!
We know it takes time to request and receive funding to attend professional development from your institution. We’ve created a sample letter for you to share with your supervisor to help support your funding request from your institution to attend the 2020 DT&L Conference. The letter highlights unique networking and educational opportunities, along with what you’ll bring back to share with your colleagues.
VIEW THE LETTER
Questions? Contact dtl@dcs.wisc.edu
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