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Monday, July 15, 2013

Educause Learning Initative (ELI) Annual Meeting 2014 in New Orleans: Call for Proposals

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Submit a Proposal for the ELI Annual Meeting 

We would like to invite you to contribute and connect at the ELI Annual Meeting 2014, February 3–5, in New Orleans and online, where we will explore the theme "Connected Learning: Opening Pathways, Enabling Collaborations." 
The 2014 gathering offers an exciting setting for interactive, hands-on learning and networking, whether you are joining virtually or face-to-face. Take advantage of this professional development opportunity to sharpen your presentation skills and highlight your institution's achievements.
We are seeking proposals that address the key issues and opportunities in connected learning and areas of interest among the teaching and learning community including:
  • Assessment of Student Learning
  • Online and Blended Teaching and Learning
  • Emerging Technology, Future Models, and Academic Transformation
  • Digital and Information Literacies
  • Mobile Learning
  • Methods for Evaluating Technology-Based Instructional Innovations

Due September 6, 2013
Proposals with clear learning outcomes and participant engagement strategies that speak to these six themes will receive highest priority. Presenters have a choice of submitting proposals for face-to-face sessions, virtual sessions, or both (remember, you don't need to travel to the face-to-face meeting to be a speaker for the virtual meeting). Learn more about the 2014 call for proposals and submit your proposal by September 6.

Preparing for Submission

Before starting the proposal submission process, be sure you have completed these steps to have the necessary information ready to submit your proposal:


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