Friday, October 31, 2008

USDLA 3rd Annual Conference ~ April 26-29, 2009 ~ The Hilton at the Ball Park, St. Louis, MO

Submission Deadline: December 5, 2008USDLA is pleased to announce the Call for Proposals for the 2009 Annual Conference. Proposals are now being accepted based on the 2009 theme, "Distance Learning: Becoming faster, stronger, and better." We invite your proposals and participation for this exciting event. There are several ways to participate.

• Concurrent information sessions provide an opportunity for you to give an interactive presentation in one or more of the conference topic areas. Conference attendees expect sessions to provide practical advice and the sharing of experiences. Sessions should be lively and interactive, not a lecture format. Co-presenters are encouraged.

• Poster sessions allow presenters to prepare a standing table-top poster that describes a project, process, or other activity. During the poster session times, conference participants will visit with poster session presenters for information discussion.

• Small panels are also encouraged, particularly those that address a conference topic from several points of view. We recommend that proposals be specific about what will make your presentation valuable to attendees. Please do not plan to make a sales presentation. Your proposal should be focused on innovative issues and working solutions and should address the conference theme as much as possible.

All presenters are expected to register for the full conference. Presenters will be given the Early Bird registration rate after they are notified of a successful proposal.

Wednesday, October 15, 2008

Campus Technology Conference ~ July 27–30, 2009 ~ Boston

Calling All Outstanding Presenters!

We are now accepting presentation proposals for Campus Technology 2009.
New this year! You now have the opportunity to present in three different areas of the conference:

1-hour Breakout Sessions
3 ½-hour Pre-Conference Workshops
1-hour Poster Sessions

Submission deadline is November 30, 2008.Acceptance notifications will occur by January 14, 2009.

To learn more or to submit your presentation, please fill out our online form now. Questions? Contact us: CTConferences@1105media.comFull conference details will be available soon.

Thursday, October 2, 2008

Call for Papers - Sloan-C Conference in San Francisco - June 17-19


We invite you to submit a proposal for the Sloan Consortium International Symposium on Emerging Technology Applications for Online Learning. The symposium brings together people who are interested in the ways emerging technologies are transforming education by addressing challenges in learning, affordability, accessibility and faculty and student satisfaction. Experts, intermediate users and novices are welcome to participate in Symposium activities including both face-to-face and virtual components. Symposium tracks call for demonstrations of research and practice related to pedagogy, immersive learning, innovation, community and scale. Presenters are encouraged to identify the audience for their presentations in terms of low- and high-threshold applications and in terms of expertise.

Submission Steps

Review Call for Papers Guideline

Collect Required Submission Information Described in Guideline

Register in Call for Papers Site

Submit Proposal Before December 8, 2008

Please review call for papers submission guideline before starting process. If you have any questions please contact