Join us at eLearning 2019 to collaborate with colleagues from across the country and around the world, at one of the friendliest and most comprehensive annual conferences for eLearning practitioners. We want to learn about the new and innovative educational strategies and technologies you have implemented, and the tried-and-true techniques you or your staff use to teach at a distance. Have you experienced strategies that did not work out as well as you had hoped? We want to hear about the lessons you learned too!
Proposals are now being accepted for 4-hour pre-conference workshops and 45-minute sessions.
Four (4) hour workshops
eLearning 2019 will feature 4-hour, in-depth workshops in a meeting room setting that includes a projector, screen, and internet. These workshops are traditionally held pre-conference on Sunday. Presentations must include at least one presenter who is a college, university, or K-12 administrator, faculty, or other staff member.
Forty-five (45) minute sessions
eLearning 2019 will feature 45-minute presentations in a meeting room setting that includes a projector, screen, and internet. Presentations must include at least one presenter who is a college, university, or K-12 administrator, faculty or other staff member
To submit your proposal, please fill out the online application. Please retain a copy of your submission for your records and make sure you receive an e-mail from ITC, confirming our receipt of it. Please note that in lieu of a workshop or concurrent session, your presentation may be selected as a Round Robin topic.
Please note that you cannot save your work on this form. Therefore, you may want to answer the questions using a Word document and then cut and paste your responses into this form when ready to send to us.
Deadline for submissions is October 5, 2018.
The eLearning 2019 planning committee will review each proposal and notify the primary contacts ONLY on or about November 9, 2018. Special consideration will be given to members of ITC.
Suggested topic presentations are:
· Accessibility and universal design
· Accreditation and quality control
· Augmented reality
· Blended and hybrid courses
· BYOD - bring your own device
· Certificate and degree programs
· Cloud computing
· Competency-based learning
· Continuing education
· Copyright and intellectual property
· Course and learning management systems
· eTextbooks and open education resources
· Faculty evaluation/training
· Financial aid fraud
· Flipped classrooms
· Learning analytics
· Management and leadership
· Mobile Apps
· Mobile learning
· Cutting-edge technologies
· Online student support (academic advising, library services, mentoring, tutoring)
· Open source solutions
· Research—pedagogy and methodology
· Retaining online students
· Serving adult learners (25 years or older)
· Serving military students
· Serving students with disabilities
· Social Media Tools
· State authorization for out-of-state institutions
· Student authentication
· Student engagement
· Video-based applications
· Virtual Reality