April 25th Deadline — NWeLearn 2016 Call for Proposals

There’s just under a week left to submit! If you know of others who may have interesting topics to present on, please encourage them to submit.

2016 marks the eleventh annual Northwest eLearning Conference, which will be held in Eugene, OR, on Thursday and Friday, October 20 and 21, 2016. We have two excellent keynotes this year: Shannon Riggs of Oregon State University and Patrick Lowenthal of Boise State University. Mark your calendars now and be on the lookout for an invite to register and attend. This will be the second time we’ve been in Eugene. Ten years ago, our second conference was on campus!

The call for proposals is now open. Submit a proposal
Deadline to submit is Monday, April 25.
Possible topics for presentation include:
Collaboration of faculty, staff, and administrators
Best practices in eLearning
Student engagement and retention
Emerging trends in eLearning
Presenters will be notified by email of acceptance and session details. A presentation schedule will be available closer to the conference.

NWeLearn is a unique conference that provides an opportunity for higher-ed and K-12 faculty, administrators and instructional designers to come together to discuss best practices, collaborations and ideas in integrating technology in learning. Whether you are new to the field or an experienced veteran, we invite you to share at this year’s conference!