Collaborate with Emerging Learning Design will take place from May 31 to June 2, 2017 at Montclair State University
OLC Collaborate with Emerging Learning Design will focus on interaction and collaboration with colleagues. You will have the opportunity for more exposure to different ideas and go above and beyond your traditional professional development experience.
No matter what conference style you’re looking for, OLC Collaborate with Emerging Learning Design has something to offer you. Whether you’re looking for a breakout and collaborative learning experience, or a more traditional style session, we have all options at OLC Collaborate with Emerging Learning Design.
We also include extra time between sessions and social events where you can network with colleagues around you, giving it a more collaborative feel than just a traditional conference.
Click ‘Register Today’ to secure your spot for this one-of-a-kind event!
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Use the hashtag #OLCwELD17 for the conference, #eldj for the journal.
ELDc believes that when innovative and intellectual practices stimulate a students and educators ability to learn, the learning environment is enhanced. When teaching, learning, and technology converge we find the potential for an inclusive learning experience that is both engaging and connected to curricular needs, without being dated.
Please follow the link to secure your spot for OLC Collaborate with Emerging Learning Design
OLC is teaming up with Emerging Learning Design (ELD) for a 3-day professional development opportunity where we will share presentations on the topics of active learning, digital humanities, games and gamification, STEAM, and so much more!
You’ll get the chance to hear from experts regarding current and emerging trends focused on the convergence of teaching, learning and technology. There will also be an opportunity to collaborate and network with your regional peers during group discussions on top-of-mind challenges that may impact the future of digital learning. When teaching, learning, and technology converge we find the potential for an inclusive learning experience that is both engaging and connected to curricular needs, without being dated.
We hope to see you soon,
Kathleen S. Ives, D.M. and AJ Kelton