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January 26, 2016

Final Call for Proposals

Another item from yesterday’s inbox…

— Online educators —
Call for Proposals—Closes Today at Midnight
Last chance to submit a proposal for the 2016 Distance Teaching & Learning Conference, August 9-11.

Join more than 800 online and distance education professionals for a premier conference—sharing online courses or programs, design strategies, emerging technologies, research, and more—in a vibrant city.

Tell us about your best and most innovative work
We are looking for experienced presenters to lead advanced and engaging sessions on topics such as:
Administration and management • Competency-based education • Design for learning • Evaluation and assessment • Emerging technologies • Learner support • Online educational resources • Social learning • Universal design • And more
Why present?
Have an impact and be recognized at a premier national conference

Enjoy a discounted conference registration

Explore and enjoy Madison! we’re ranked as one of the nation’s best cities to work and play.

GET STARTED >
Questions? Contact Kimary Peterson • kimary.peterson@wisc.edu608–265–4159
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This message was sent to mkbarbour@gmail.com from:

UW-Madison Distance Ed Professional Development | disted@dcs.wisc.edu | UW-Madison Continuing Studies | 21 N Park St | Madison, WI 53715

January 22, 2016

Call for Proposals – Don’t Delay!

From Tuesday’s inbox…

—Online educators—
Call for Proposals – Don’t delay!
Submit your proposal online by Monday, January 25
Join more than 800 online and distance education professionals for a premier conference – sharing online courses or programs, design strategies, emerging technologies, research and more – in a vibrant city.
Tell us about your best and most innovative work
We are looking for experienced presenters to lead advanced and engaging sessions on topics such as:
Administration and management • Competency‑based education • Design for learning • Evaluation and assessment • Emerging technologies • Learner support • Online educational resources • Social learning • Universal design • And more
Why present?
Have an impact and be recognized at a premier national conference

Enjoy a discounted conference registration

Explore and enjoy Madison—we’re ranked as one of the nation’s best cities to work and play

LEARN MORE >
Questions? Contact Kimary Peterson • kimary.peterson@wisc.edu608‑265‑4159
View in browser

 

 

 

This message was sent to mkbarbour@gmail.com from:

UW-Madison Distance Ed Professional Development | disted@dcs.wisc.edu | UW-Madison Continuing Studies | 21 N Park St | Madison, WI 53715

January 7, 2016

Call for Proposals

From Tuesday’s inbox…

—Online educators—
Call for Proposals
Submission deadline: Monday, January 25
We are accepting presentation proposals for the 32nd annual Distance Teaching & Learning Conference—sponsored by the University of Wisconsin–Madison. This event is a premier forum for distance education professionals to share their online courses or programs, design strategies, emerging technologies, research, and more.
Tell us about your best and most innovative work
We are looking for experienced presenters to lead advanced and engaging topics such as:

Administration and management • Competency–based education • Design for learning • Evaluation and assessment • Emerging technologies • Learner support • Online educational resources • Social learning • Universal design • And more

Why present?
Have an impact and be recognized at a premier national conference

Enjoy a discounted conference registration

Explore and enjoy Madison—we’re ranked as one of the nation’s best cities to work and play
LEARN MORE >
Questions? Contact Kimary Peterson • kimary.peterson@wisc.edu608‑265‑4159
View in browser

 

 

 

This message was sent to mkbarbour@gmail.com from:

UW-Madison Distance Ed Professional Development | disted@dcs.wisc.edu | UW-Madison Continuing Studies | 21 N Park St | Madison, WI 53715

December 27, 2015

Call for Proposals

From before Christmas…

—Online educators—
Call for Proposals–Open
We are accepting presentation proposals for the 32nd annual Distance Teaching & Learning Conference—sponsored by the University of Wisconsin–Madison. This event is a premier forum for distance education professionals to share their online courses or programs, design strategies, emerging technologies, research, and more. Submission deadline: Monday, January 25.
Submit your big ideas: Forward-looking and inspiring
We are looking for advanced, expert, and engaging presenters who can talk on topics such as:
Administration and management • Competency–based education • Design for learning • Evaluation and assessment • Emerging technologies • Learner support • Online educational resources • Social learning • Universal design • And more
Why present?
Have an impact and be recognized at a premier national conference

Enjoy a discounted conference registration

Explore and enjoy Madison—we’re ranked as one of the nation’s best cities to work and play
LEARN MORE >
Questions? Contact Kimary Peterson • kimary.peterson@wisc.edu608‑265‑4159
View in browser

 

 

This message was sent to mkbarbour@gmail.com from:

UW-Madison Distance Ed Professional Development | disted@dcs.wisc.edu | UW-Madison Continuing Studies | 21 N Park St | Madison, WI 53715

December 14, 2015

Call for Proposals Now Open

From Friday’s inbox…

—Online educators—
Call for Proposals–Now Open
We are accepting speaking proposals for the 32nd annual Distance Teaching & Learning Conference—sponsored by the University of Wisconsin–Madison. This event is a premier forum for distance education professionals to share their online courses or programs, design strategies, emerging technologies, research, and more. Submission deadline: Monday, January 25, 4pm CST.
Submit your big ideas: Forward-looking and inspiring
We are looking for advanced, expert, and engaging presenters who can talk on topics such as:
Administration and management • Competency–based education • Design for learning • Evaluation and assessment • Emerging technologies • Learner support • Online educational resources • Social learning • Universal design • And more
Why present?
Have an impact and be recognized for your contribution to the field of distance education

Enjoy a discounted conference registration

Explore and enjoy Madison—we’re ranked as one of the nation’s best cities to work and play 
LEARN MORE >
Questions? Contact Kimary Peterson • kimary.peterson@wisc.edu608‑265‑4159
View in browser

 

 

 

This message was sent to mkbarbour@gmail.com from:

UW-Madison Distance Ed Professional Development | disted@dcs.wisc.edu | UW-Madison Continuing Studies | 21 N Park St | Madison, WI 53715

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