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June 25, 2020

Register For DLAC 2021 Before End Of The Fiscal Year

A reminder of this up-coming conference next spring.

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Special low registration rates for
schools and districts!

Even though DLAC 2021 is almost a year away, we have opened registration for those who want to take advantage of year end budget options, or act quickly as new budgets go into effect this summer. We are offering our Super Early Bird rate and Group Registration discounts to schools and school districts again this year. These rates are available until July 15 and you have an additional 45 days to pay after you register. If you’re not employed by a school, you can take advantage of our regular early bird rate now until February 19–unless we sell out before then!

Super Early Bird Registration for Schools and Districts
Our Super Early Bird registration rate of $499 is the lowest rate we offer to individuals and is ONLY available through July 15. Only attendees who are employed by a school (including charter and private) or school district are eligible for the Super Early Bird rate. These registrations are non-refundable, but transferable at any time. Payment must be made within 45 days of registration, unless other arrangements have been made with DLAC.

Group Registration
Our DLAC Group Registration discount is available to a school or district that is registering five or more conference attendees. The Group discount can be combined with the Super Early Bird rate to create the lowest possible DLAC registration rate of $449. This rate is only available until July 15!

See more about DLAC and COVID-19 at www.deelac.com/covid-19.

We’re looking forward to seeing you at the Hyatt Regency in Austin, Texas next summer! Follow us on TwitterFacebook, and LinkedIn and feel free to email us at DLAC@evergreenedgroup.com with any questions!

If you weren’t able to join us in February, you can see the DLAC 2020 highlights video below and on the DLAC homepage!

DLAC 2020 Video
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June 12, 2020

Digital Learning Annual Conference 2021: Registration Now Open!

News from a digital learning conference next Spring.

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Digital Learning Annual Conference 2021 registration now open!

Based largely on attendee feedback, and with a goal of minimizing COVID-19 impacts, we have moved DLAC to June 14-16, 2021. We are pleased to announce that registration is now open!

Professional learning and conference budgets are undoubtedly in flux with the pressures of COVID-19, but we are opening registration for those wanting to take advantage of year end budget options.

See all registration options, or for some highlights read on:

Super Early Bird Registration for Schools and Districts
Our Super Early Bird registration rate of $499 is the lowest rate we offer to individuals and is ONLY available through July 15. Only attendees who are employed by a school or school district are eligible for the Super Early Bird rate. These registrations are non-refundable, but transferable at any time.

Register now or learn more about this special offer.

Group Registration for Schools and Districts
Our DLAC Group Registration discount is available to a school or district that is registering five or more conference attendees. The Group discount can be combined with the Super Early Bird rate to create the lowest possible DLAC registration rate of $449. This rate is only available until July 15!

Click here to learn more about this special offer.

Regular Early Bird Rate
Anyone not employed by a school or district may register at the regular early bird rate now. Be sure to book your hotel room at the Hyatt when you register!

We’re looking forward to seeing you again next summer at the Hyatt Regency Austin.

Follow us on TwitterFacebook, and LinkedIn and feel free to email us at feel free to email us at DLAC@evergreenedgroup.com with any questions!

If you weren’t able to join us in February, you can see the DLAC 2020 highlights video below and on the DLAC homepage!

DLAC 2020 Video
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May 11, 2020

[Quiz] Digital Learning: New Quiz From Education Week

A quiz from Education Week that may be of interest to some.

Education Week Quiz
Quiz Yourself: How Much Do You Know About Digital Learning?
Take our quiz and then see your results, detailed answer explanations, and additional readings on the topic.
What percentage of district and school leaders say they could NOT provide every child in the district with virtual learning opportunities when their schools close due to the coronavirus?
○ 10 percent
○ 22 percent
○ 34 percent
○ 41 percent
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February 26, 2020

[REPOST] DLAC 2020 – State Of The Nation: K-12 e-Learning In Canada

The original entry is available at https://k12sotn.ca/blog/dlac-2020-state-of-the-nation-k-12-e-learning-in-canada/

A final blog entry from the Digital Learning Annual Conference, Randy LaBonte also presented a poster session focused on the annual report.

State of the Nation: K-12 e-Learning in Canada

Description

Since 2008 this annual study examines how K-12 distance, online, and blended learning is governed in each province, territory, and federally, as well as the level of K-12 distance, online, and blended learning activity occurring in each jurisdiction. This poster will explore K-12 e-learning in Canada based on the 2019 edition of this on-going, comprehensive study.

Presenter

  • Randy LaBonte, Canadian eLearning Network
  • Michael K. Barbour, Touro University California

The poster is embedded below.

The actual report is available on our website at:

https://k12sotn.ca/wp-content/uploads/2020/02/StateNation19.pdf

Note that comments are closed on this entry. If you wish to discuss, please visit the original entry at https://k12sotn.ca/blog/dlac-2020-state-of-the-nation-k-12-e-learning-in-canada/

[REPOST] DLAC 2020 – Scaling Up for Mandatory e-Learning

The original entry is available at https://canelearn.net/dlac-2020-scaling-up-for-mandatory-e-learning-a-perspective-from-canadas-largest-province-ontario/

Our team has been attending the Digital Learning Annual Conference over the past couple of days.  Today, our CEO – Randy LaBonte presented the following session:

Scaling Up for Mandatory e-Learning: A Perspective from Canada’s Largest Province – Ontario

Type: Organized Session of Talks

Location: Texas Ballroom 7

Description: The Ontario government announced a reform of education that included a mandatory four e-learning course graduation requirement – a 10-fold increase from 50,000-60,000 students in e-learning to over 600,000. Recent data indicates e-learning students are as successful as classroom-only learning with up to 94% completion in some provincial programs. A panel of leaders will discuss how Ontario is planning to meet the required increase without compromising the quality of existing programs. Join them!

Speaker:

  • Randy LaBonte, Canadian eLearning Network

The slides for this session are posted here:

Note that comments are closed on this entry. If you wish to discuss, please visit the original entry at https://canelearn.net/dlac-2020-scaling-up-for-mandatory-e-learning-a-perspective-from-canadas-largest-province-ontario/

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