In distance education, keeping up means staying far ahead. The Distance Teaching & Learning Conference provides you with innovative ways to teach and support online learners.
At this year’s conference more than 800 people from around the world converged at the Monona Terrace in Madison, Wisconsin to learn best strategies, practices, and solutions for online teaching and training. The full 3-day schedule offered more than 140 sessions for attendees to choose from, plus plenty of networking opportunities to continue the learning and sharing among colleagues.
Interested in presenting at next year’s conference? The Call for Proposals (CFP) online submission form will be available in early December (deadline mid-January). Start working on your proposal idea now. CFP details will be available in the coming months.
Save the date for next year’s conference: August 9‑11, 2016