Call for Conference Speakers
Proposals Due April 27th
October 31 – November 2, 2012
Las Vegas, NV
Speaking proposals for DevLearn|12 are due in two weeks! Your work is important and worth sharing with your eLearning colleagues. Submitting a proposal is now easier than ever so take a few moments to tell us what you’re doing as an eLearning professional and get your work noticed! We always love to see submissions in the following areas:
- Learning Strategies for Management
- Management of LMS, LCMS, or Talent Management Systems
- eLearning Case Studies
- Mobile Learning
- Social Media & Learning
- Serious Games: Design, Development, and/or Tools
- Learning in Virtual Environments
- Synchronous Online Classroom Training
- Rapid Development
- Simulations: Design, Development, and/or Tools
- Authoring Tool Tips & Tricks
- Open Source Learning Tools
- Instructional Design
- Design Thinking for Training Teams
Presenting at this event offers you a full conference registration (for one speaker and a discounted fee for co-presenters) and the invaluable opportunity to network with your peers face-to-face!
Review the submission instructions and submit your proposal today!
Proposals are due by April 27, 2012!
We look forward to seeing your submissions!
Montréal, Québec: October 9-12, 2012
E-Learn–World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare, & Higher Education is an international conference organized by the Association for the Advancement of Computing in Education (AACE) and co-sponsored by the International Journal on E-Learning.
This annual conference serves as a multi-disciplinary forum for the exchange of information on research, development, and applications of all topics related to e-Learning in the Corporate, Government, Healthcare, and Higher Education sectors.
Call for Papers etc, due May 25 2012
via AACE – E-Learn – World Conference on E-Learning in Corporate, Government, Healthcare & Higher Education.
Online: July 16–27 and September 17–October 5
On-site: August 6–9
State College, Pennsylvania
The Institute for Emerging Leadership in Online Learning (IELOL) is a unique blended-learning leadership development program sponsored by Penn State and the Sloan Consortium. Go to IELOL website
This institute is designed to serve the leadership development needs of professionals in the rapidly expanding field of online learning.
IELOL is a four-step leadership development program. The program begins with a two-week IELOL online experience (July 16–27) designed to identify and focus attention on key leadership challenges at the participants’ organizations. The second step is an on-site immersive experience at Penn State (August 6–9) that enables the IELOL participant to develop specific leadership skills, styles, networks, and strategies for the emerging leader. A three-week online follow-up program (September 17–October 5) provides senior-level mentoring and consulting for the participants as they apply the newly-acquired skills and concepts in their local settings. The program culminates with a pre-conference workshop (October 10–12) at the annual Sloan Consortium ALN conference in Orlando.
This is the fourth year for the program. We now have nearly 100 alums who continue to network and use the skills they developed in the institute. We have received many enthusiastic testimonials, and some excellent feedback that continues to help shape the program.
via The Institute for Emerging Leadership in Online Learning | The Sloan Consortium.
eLearning 2.0 2012
7 to 8 June 2012
LONDON, United Kingdom
The Fourth eLearning 2.0 conference aims to explore Technology- enhanced Learning in the context of Web 2.0 and social media including Twitter, Facebook, Blogs, Wikis and YouTube.
The next deadline for abstracts/proposals is 13 April 2012.
Web address: http://www.elearning2.org
Sponsored by: Brunel Business School
Education is facing a number of significant challenges. Recent waves of global uncertainty coupled with local crisis and government reforms are reshaping the tertiary education landscape. In the backdrop of these challenges new digital technology is enabling new models of teaching and learning. Yet, serious questions remain over the sustainability of these new models and the claims about the potential of new technology, especially in the face of deeper challenges.
The aim of the 2012 ascilite conference is to explore some of these challenges and to better understand the complexity of sustainability in its widest sense. The basic premise is that what happened in the past is no longer a reliable guide to the future. Click here to access the official conference website
Monday 19 March 2012 – Call for papers opens
Friday 15 June 2012 – Deadline for submission of full and concise papers & symposium
Friday 15 June 2012 – Deadline for all workshop proposals
Friday 10 August 2012 – Deadline for all poster proposals
16 August 2012 – Completed reviews sent back to authors
30 September 2012 – Deadline for submission of revised papers
30 September 2012 – Early bird registrations close
via ascilite – Annual conference.
Faculty Development in Blended and Online Learning
12 to 14 March 2012
Houston, United States
Explore the best approaches for engaging and supporting faculty interested in the online and blended teaching environment.
Web address: http://www.academicimpressions.com/events/event_listing.php?i=1288&q=10537v274891yT
Providing faculty with the structure they need to successfully make the transition to online teaching requires a shift in the understanding of technology, a comprehension of the new online and blended teaching environment, and effective administrative support.
Join us to explore the best approaches for engaging and supporting faculty interested in the online and blended teaching environment. This interactive workshop will address the areas of professional development essential to the preparation of instructors for online teaching and learning success. Each participant will return to campus with a relevant framework that covers their key concerns and action steps.