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October 14, 2021

Announcing April 6-8 Annual Digital Learning Symposium & Sign-up for Blended Digital Ed Oct.22

Note this up-coming Canadian conference.

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19th Annual Digital Learning Symposium

April 6 to 8 – Delta Burnaby Hotel


We are pleased to announce our official launch of the April 6-8, 2022 Digital Learning Symposium with registration and a call for proposals in place.  With close to 100 delegates and presenters already confirmed to attend, we anticipate the long-awaited return to the Delta Hotels Burnaby Conference Centre will challenge our ability to accommodate everyone given the current COVID gathering restrictions.

We will announce a virtual program in January once we know more about our ability to gather in larger groups and what the shape of the program will be (see the call for proposals below).  We know you may be unsure of your travel plans at this time, so up until March 11 you may switch your onsite, hotel-based registration to the online virtual program once announced and we will refund the full difference.  Also of note this year, we are ending on a Friday and have negotiated guest room rates at the Delta Burnaby Hotel (which still offers free parking) of $185 that extend well before and after our three-day event.

As we continue to announce evolving plans for the April 2022 DL Symposium, we are excited to focus on the upcoming Blended Digital Ed Conference next week.  We continue to expand our partnership with BlendEdBC and the BCEDL PSA to provide and support ongoing connected professional learning opportunities in BC.  The conference on October 22nd will begin this year’s focus on meaningful practical applications of Inclusive Digital Learning.  In our shared April event we will continue that theme while reflecting on past successes of BC’s robust distributed, now online, learning programs and the challenges of new landscapes in the post-pandemic world.

Be sure to check out the session offerings for next week here:

If you don’t have it yet, get your ticket today!



 19th Annual Digital Learning Symposium

April 6 to 8, 2022 at the Delta Burnaby!


More information here!

Join us for a flexible program with fast-paced, interactive options to build connections through discussion, dialogue, and social networking


  • DL to OL – past, present, and future

  • Featured speakers and Leadership Panel

  • Focused dialogue & planning sessions for new landscapes


Hotel seats are limited!

Register here at early-bird rates

Secure your spot now!  You can switch to online attendance with a refund up to March 11, 2022


Call for Proposals

Accepting proposals for onsite, online, or sessions suitable for both!

#DLsymp22 Call for Proposals! – Click here to submit


More information at

Blended Digital Ed conference

October 22nd, 2021 (virtual)


Get your ticket today!

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The Canadian eLearning Network (CANeLearn) is a Canadian registered not-for-profit society with a vision to be the leading voice in Canada for learner success in K-12 online and blended learning.  CANeLearn provides members with networking, collaboration, and research opportunities..

CANeLearn promotes effective practice in online and blended learning; fosters community and facilitates interaction among online and blended learning educators; and connects educators to online and blended learning organizations.


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